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hey there and good morning. this is "fox & friends saturday." it's saturday the 7th of december. 2013. start with the fox news alert. he will be home for christmas. a u.s. vet held in korea more than a month finally set free. 85-year-old on his way back home to the united states as we speak. the details how it went down are straight ahead. and if you thought you were enrolled in obama care, check again. you may not be. the obama administration dropping a bombshell. thousands of americans who recently signed up for insurance may be left without coverage right before the new year and the federal government hasn't told them. we'll tell you the details. and, guys, one of my
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favorite stories, ever. uh-oh spa getios. the company tweeting out this picture as a tribute to pearl harbor. what was meant as an honor was inappropriate. you have to read the spaghettios headline. "fox & friends" begins right now. and "fox & friends," welcome. the popular show. >> we think it is. >> "fox & friends" christmas party, we'll share photos from that yesterday. >> we shut down the bowling lane yesterday. most of our crew did pretty well, and a segment on how it is the holiday christmas party. i. a lot of folks will wind up going to work hungover. tips how to beat the hangover. >> tips, fake it until you make it. >> that's what i'm doing right now. >> don't announce that.
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and while you were sleeping, american war veteran captured in north korea over a month released. right now he son a plane bound for san francisco. he was deported after the communist state released a video of him apologizing for crimes committed during the korean war. areiching in his plane from pyongyang, he was all smiles. >> i'm very glad to be on my way home and richard the tollerans the government is giving to me to be on my way. >> how do you feel now? >> i feel good. i feel good. >> first thing, what would you like to do? >> go home and see my wife. >> and give her a big kiss, too. last night his son reacted to the news. >> it's a great moment for us as a family. and it will be even better when we have a chance to be back together in a few hours.
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>> and joe biden in south korea, part of his asian tour offered newman home a flight home on air force two but he newman declined. and sitting in a korean jail after more than a year in captivity. and new video this morning appearing to show two men stealing parts from the porsch porsche's paul walker died in. one of those men 18-year-old jamison witty, posted these photos bragging about the grab. in jail on $20,000 bond. the other man is expected to turn himself in soon. taking a live look at south pfrica where the loss of nelson mandela continuiecontinues.
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president obama along with president bush and clinton will head to africa for the funeral. mandela died thursday at the age of 95 after a long battle with a lung infection. the grammy nominations are out. justin timberlake and rapper jay-z lead the pack. song of the year, and best new artist is this man. performs at last night's nominations. ♪ say i never failed ♪ >> ooh! 17-year-old newcomer and bruno mars nominations. the 56 awards show airs january 26th. you dancing along?
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>> shows you how out of touch i am with the kids. >> not me. i'm on top of it. a number of one-named singers these days. >> following on the heels of madonna and sting. >> now time for rick who only goes by one name. we have a weather look for you you severe weather. at least 11 people are dead after a winter storm and cold temperatures hit the united states. ice, sleet and snow in parts of texas causing several accidents. power outages. flight cancellations. in oklahoma city, slick roads, many motorists stranded and causing an suv to flip over there. in california, three people died of hypothermia because of extreme temperatures. rick has the details. >> more than one suv to flip over. caused a lot. that's one we had a picture of there. temperatures now, your actual air temperatures. it's minus 32 in glasgow, montana. i don't even understand that kind of temperature.
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minus 17 in minot. wind out there as well, feels much colder. like minus 47 in glasgow and these temps go on and on and across much of the south where even into parts of texas we have windchill advisories in effect. it is going to be feeling incredibly cold all the way to the south, all the way to the west. much of california had a really rough week with a lot of the agriculture out there was well. and then this storm we'll dealing with, almost done. at least the icing we saw. dallas through parts of the ohio valley and a lot of people without power. a lot of accidents. take a while to get all the power back on. now we just have the tail end to bring a little rain to the southeast and see things clear ot for today across parts of the northeast. there's a new storm, though, and this is one out across parts of california. you see the rain moving into central california. big snow in across parts of the tahoe area. great news. they desperately need snow and snow pack across much of the
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west. this storm is great. we'll take it. it will have a slightly different storm track this time, maybe further up the north, more snow. the rockies, light snow across the northern plains and a little icing around the d.c. area tomorrow and rain and some snow into interior sections across the northeast. we keep going. >> and the cold doesn't go anywhere. >> cold stays about another four days. >> you call it a little ice around the d.c. area. we call it complete panic and gridlock and chaos. >> exactly. >> we can see the lines in the grocery store from here. >> can't imagine. speaking of panic, say you're one of the relatively few americans, tens of thousands, who actually signed up at the website and thought you bought your insurance through healthcare.gov. now it turns out you may not have the insurance you thought you had. about one in four of the people in october and november who signed up aren't going get insurance, because of errors with the website. either the insurance companies weren't notified, the money
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wasn't sent, the connection wasn't made. the worst part, you may not know. the federal government has not notified those people if they do not have insurance. >> you have until december 23rd, of course, to actually enroll. the point, come january 1st if you thought your registration went through the process, january 1st got the new coverage, turns out because of the errors you might not be enrolled at all. 1 in 4, corrected? that was 1 out of every 10 folks according to a new report this morning, one out of ten people who signed up through the website lieutenant have have errors involved. overall 25 perce% have errors a may not have coverage. >> and claiming victory, setting their bar so low at 80% of a success rate, that there you go. the problems are with these so-called 834 forms, which has
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your personal information sent to the information, mind you, that goes from healthcare.gov to the insurance companies and the information sometimes is muddied, incorrect, there's duplicate applications and sometimes not there at all, and you don't even know it. >> people wind up having their children signed up for adult plans. the irony, of course, all of this obama care from the very beginning was designed to bring health insurance to the unins e uninsured and it's wound up stripping a lot of people who had insurance of their insurance and the most negligent part, many don't know. the obama organization is so negligenn, many don't even know. >> and the doctors, in fact, a number of doctors jumping ship and boycotting obama care altogether. go out to the state of california, in fact, seven out of ten doctors, ard coulding to a new report out this morning, are boycotting the obama care
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exchange, because, for instance, for getting a tonsilectomy. $500 to $700 they would normally be able to charge for a tonsilectomy in other parts of the country. in california, $160. one of the doctors, he's the president of the california medical association, he sums it up perfectly. we need recognition we're doing a service to the community, but we can't do it for free. he says, we can't do it at a loss. no other business would do that. >> $160? you can't get a bone and rib-eye and a bottle of beer at the pub for that. that's an outrage. >> and return visits, also, $76. generally in most states across the country. in california, it's about $24. take an listen to the doctor in the state of california. a very loose state, mind you, who's fed up with this. >> we train to take care of patients. that's the bottom line here, but in order to take care of patients you have to be able to keep your doors open, pay your overhead, pay your staff.
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the reality is $24 doesn't cover the cost of taking care of the patient. nats why there's problems getting doctors taking care of medicaid patients in california. we cannot have the exchanges offering such low rates for patients who are moving out of the ppo market or the individual market. if you put enough people in the plans and don't have enough doctors doing, you end up with a bottleneck. >> nothing the administration can do, bullied what, are they going to arrest doctors for not treating patients for $140 for a tonsilectomy? they can't control it. >> we'll talk to governor hu huckabee later in the show. and we remember those killed tragically at pearl harbor on the japanese surprise attack on pearl harbor. fdr called it day that will live
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in infamy, so how did spaghettios get involved? i don't know why they're getting involved in remembrances but decided to tweet out this picture yesterday and said, help us in remembering the day, honoring pearl harbor and sent out this picture of a spaghettio holding an american flag. >> so many killed and wounded and catapulted us into world war ii. >> wait a sec. i cannot get outraged about this. just because they're a there delicious pasta in a can company, doesn't mean they don't have a right to honor pearl harbor. i'm not outraged. people are so outraged? america's getting so big about outrages. "that's not appropriate." i read the timeline to spaghettios, it's hilarious. it's odd and out of the blue for a pasta company -- >> i look at that and say
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spaghettios is happy we won. it took four years and untold american dead and a lot of japanese dead, but we advantage kwishd the aggressor, freed asia from the yoke of communist kpangs, and that's what spaghettios wants. >> there are 140 characters you can have. maybe a day that will live in infamy, but eat some spaghettios and try to have a good day. >> your free now. you can eat spaghettios. let us know what you think? outraged or find it funny? >> in the end, they surrenders. and unemployment, five-year low looks good. don't let it fool you. what you don't see is frightening. why he says the new numbers are no reason to celebrate. first, the grammy nominations concert. >> taylor swift. ♪ ♪ ♪ never fails
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welcome back. here watching the news yesterday you may have noticed the unemployment rate dip to a five-year low this month, 7.3% to 7% during the month of november. that means 203,000 jobs were added to the economy. sounds like good news, but some economists say the numbers mask a pervasive problem just beneath the surface. record high unemployment among young americans. put these numbers into context, economist in the university of maryland business professor is here with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> so these numbers are being trumpeted all around by the president's supporters on various broadcasts we did yesterday as great news, but you say they're not what they appear to be. why? >> well, simply, the quality of jobs are not very good and most
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young people really are having a terrible time getting started in careers. you know, college graduates are still working at starbucks and the like, and we have a lot of college graduates who are really graduate students, not learning very much, because they can't find a job. piling up a lot of debt and so forth. >> so at what point is this assumption that every person needs to go a four-year college and then get a graduate degree going to fold under the weight of the counterevidence maybe it's smarter to join the work force earlier? >> i think it's starting right now. for example, law schools are reducing sizes of classes and several prominent business schools did not raise enough applications last year to start a first year class. for example, george mason university did not have a first year class here in virginia. and, you know, i know my program, my part-time program, which is our bread and butter, our enrollment is down. you've got to deliver jobs and value in the end. i don't think that's happening. >> that's smart. every time unemployment numbers come out, smart economists say, wait a second. the real measure here is work
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force participation. what percentage of american whose can work, who want to work, are working? why isn't that the number the government releases and that we use as our common currency of this conversation? >> it does release it, right alongside the unemployment numbers but the press is just interested in the unemployment number because it's a sexy number, one we've used over tile. like the headline number for the cpi or the core number for the cpi and people are aware of it. i i don't think the administration is doing a terribly good job of selling itself. mr. obama wouldn't have a 39% approval rating even with the obama care if he had a good job rating. people are working multiple part time job, can't make ends meet. why we have demonstrations outside mcdonald's. if we had a healthy job market we wouldn't be discussing the minimum wage. >> the income disparity the
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president is so concerned about has, of course, widened under his watch dramatically. >> absolutely. this anti-growth policies, his policies of excessive government regulation, not standing up to the chinese on trade, shutting down oil production off both coasts and much of the gulf of mexico. all of those things are the things that keep us from creating jobs for the front-line workers. the high school graduates who used to work in factories. it thinks we can all be computer software people. >> absolutely. thank for joining us. you might say teen usa, but this olympic uniform wasn't made in america. where your money is going this time. and it's the season for holiday parties, but what if you drink a little too much at those parties? what about how to -- we're going to show you how to survive the next day at the office. hangover cures that actually
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>> always happens in norway. thank you, tucker. here we go. 'tis the season for holiday parties, while you're out there, be careful not to overdo it. especially on a work night. what do you do? >>s for coping with a holiday party hangover. pamela, nice sto see you. our whole crew is suffering from that. we had a "fox & friends" christmas party. we all need help this morning. >> absolutely. >> tip number one for us to beat this hangover thing? >> a little different is a hangover at the office. you're active, actually have to be somewhere and not in your bed. best thing to do, get going, get moving. get the blood and oxygen circulating in your system. if you can, walk a little before you get to work. especially here in new york. walk, walk, walk, instead of taking the subway. a few labs every hour around the office. >> what do you think about actually getting up 20 minutes earlier, going to exercise and sweat it out, is that more help
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follow or the sleep? >> for some people exercise doesn't work. stick with a regimen that works best. if you really didn't get enough sleep, you need that sleep. >> something tucker and i swear by. keep drinking. don't even stop. >> wrong, wrong. don't do that. it just prolongs your hangover, you're reintoxicating your system all over again. it feels good because you're getting drunk all over again. >> the tried and true, hit the fast food. father tacos, three big macs, just grease. >> that's what they say. >> is that real? >> tastes really good. and the reason you didn't good yourself a good dinner before you went out drinking in the first place. keep it to bland foods, foods good on the stomach's no dairy. things like crackers, toast. soups are good. bananas especially. great for potassium, you need to replenish that. >> the things you need when you're sick? >> basically. you've done the same thing to your system. >> you have a hangover.
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it's like the flu. >> you have to be careful. certain foods are going to have outcomes you're not going to enjoy throughout the day, at an office especially. you have to be interactive. >> medications to stay away from? >> no aspirin, no tylenol. don't mix medication if you're still drunk and still have heavy amounts of alcohol within your system. take time. do that when everything's out. advil is the best, if you take any of them. safest of all of them. >> there are studies that say tylenol could have eschews with your kidneys, but al ka selka-s. lay low fast. >> don't broadcast your hangover, lay low? >> no. when people tweet out, this hangover is terrible, and
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everyone knows. you won't be official. lay low. dim the lamp you may have on your desk. >> don't brag about the embarrassing details of your life on social media? is that what you're saying? >> occasionally, if you -- >> thanks. >> learning all kind of life lessons. thanks. >> appreciate it. leave the saltines. you may be rooting for him. rand paul, 2016, he'll have to get that by his wife, turns out. wait until you hear what she says about him running for president. and here we go again. it might say teen usa, but this olympic uniform isn't made in america. where your money is going this time. mine was earned orbiting the moon in 1971.
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administration. >> silent cal. it's that time of year again. the question is and always is, have you been naughty or nice? americans have bad habits, unfortunately and can't kick them. >> according to the study, you would think this time of year using nicer. >> right. >> it's the holiday cheer. you'd be in a better mood. amp it up for your fellow countrymen. not so according to the survey. in fact, these bad habits are coming back in droves. listen to this. number one, almost 60% admit to leaving their cell phone on at the movie theater. even with that message that they put on before the movie, you can't turn off your phone? you don't know enough to turn off your phone by now? >> how about this? 30% leave their phone on in the restaurant, which that surprises me, it's not even higher. >> what if you're a doctor? that's the only excuse. right? to be taking call during a restaurant meal. >> that's the reason -- people text all the tile. i'm guilty of it. >> 26% said they swear several
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times a day. 20 t 20% park in handy cap spots. 27% pack in there illegally. >> moving past swears 26%. >> only 26% don't work in newsroom. >> we exhaust our amount for, like, by 5:30 in the morning. and 19% force others to merge. >> that sounds very dangerous. doesn't it? on the freeway? >> force somebody to merge? >> i have to say, a country in which these are the worst habits is a pretty happy, healthy country. if the worst is leaving your phone on in the movie theater, you're okay. santa's going to reward you. it's not that bad. >> getting oranges, not lumps of coal. >> let us know your worst habits, go to our facebook page. our question of the day. what are your naughty public habits? other news stories making headlines on this saturday morning, an update on a story we've been following on "fox & friends." the police officer who shot as a
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miniv minivan full of children is out of a job this morning. [ screams ] >> open the door! >> saying the officer was fired effective 5:00 last night. the driver of the van was stopped for speeding in new mexico then fled twice after arguing with officers. at one point her son attacked one of the officers. she and her 14-year-old son were later arrested. she h the officer has 30 days to appeal the firing. and his wife will need convincing if he's running for president in 2016, rand paul. >> where's my cell phone. can i call my wife? they tell me there's two votes in my family, and my wife has both of them. they're both no right now. >> and a white house speech in detroit on friday. paul has made several visits in
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key states lie new hampshire and ohio there. and it might say teen usa, but they're not made in america. the newly unveiled teen usa snowboarders uniformed patched together in factories across the globe. designer snowboards defended the decision saying they wanted to make the best possible product. it's not the first time the team usa relied on foreign fabric. ralph lauren got in hot water in 2012 for making our uniforms in china. a south carolina store is robbed by a dog? kato might look like an innocent husky, the second he got off the leash, the store was robbed. he snuck in the store twice and took off with some treats. i bet he has a tummy ache he's back home now. >> just to get the dog treats? >> my favorite criminal ever. >> why not go for a steak.
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>> at the dollar store. >> he knows what he likes. >> i guess i should listen to the entire story. how much snow is out there, white christmas? ready for christmas? we've had snow. a full map for this time of year and yesterday we had areas that got air 15 inches of snow across southern parts of missouri, in towards illinois, right around that ohio river valley junction with the mississippi river valley. cold air hanging on. that's the coldest. that pink. you see all the temperatures down here, high temperatures down towards dallas today, around 30 tomorrow. only 33 denver. they're still below 20. that changes monday, up to 24. tuesday is the day we start to see legitimate relief for a lot of people. still cool, not as bad as it's been. notice all the time, florida, looking great. it's the time to be there. going towards the day on wednesday, and we're still cold across the north, but warming up a little bit. so temps do begin to get slightly better in about four, five days. that's the good news for you. snow moving in across parts of
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the west. pretty sig cant accumulations. great news out there. we need snow in the west. they knee the snow factor, roads, fill the refer of course. we'll never complain about that. >> frankly, it wasn't much -- much cooler, we would have gotten four feet of snow with all the rain yesterday. >> a lot of rain. wasn't cold enough here. interior sections sure got t. thanks, rick. >> you got it. and icy weather across the country. and children's hospital cancelled their memphis marathon today, but while the over 20,000 marathoners won't be able to hit biehl street, most of the money raised will still go to support the hospital. >> and running the memphis marathon a few years ago, little did he know the money he was raising that day would help save his own son's life. i met craig and his amazing son ingram at saint jude. >> reporter: mike most kindergartners, better known at ingram the conqueror has big dreams. >> what do you want to be when you grow up?
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>> i just want to be a football player. >> reporter: those dreams may have been cut short if it weren't for saint jude's children's research hospital helping him fight a brain cancer and rare form of pediatric cancer. >> ingram was diagnosed last year, march 29th, came home in preschool, said he'd been having headaches and 3-year-olds don't have headaches. >> the headaches would come out at -- they would come out, they had to go -- >> all kinds of headaches and everything and taking ingram for the scan, you get the phone call, what was that like? >> more like panic. i went outside, i said, repeat that. what did you just say? he told me again, i was like -- okay. >> it was kind of scary, because when i heard my mom crying, i knew something was wrong. >> reporter: immediately, the family thought of saint jude. they been longtime fund-raisers
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for the research hospital that cease 8,000 of the world's sickest kids each year. they never thought their ingram would fit into that category. >> and it turns out he has a rare type of cancer called anto plastic ananoma. can you treat? they said, yes, we do treat it and are actually running the study for the national cancer institute. >> we had surgery, of course, took the tumor out, then redid a diagnosis to determine the outcome, treatment appropriate for that particular tumor and then ingram got chemotherapy for about four months and then radiation therapy. >> 22 pounds, half the size he is now. belly sunken in. what was the hardest moment for you? >> fear that you wonder, you know, how many days you have left with your child? and you wonder how bad it will be, and you wonder, you know, if
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your son will get to do all the things that you, you dreamed about him doing from the time that he's born. >> reporter: ingram lost his hair, but dad was sure to make him feel comfortable with it. >> my dad shaved my hair, and he shaved his hair. [ inaudible ]. >> going through treatment, ingram doubled his weight from 22 pounds to 44 pounds and just celebrated his fifth birthday with a clean bill of health. i want to keep celebrating bermd birthdays, raise as much money, people donate so much money that there isn't childhood cancer. >> no more cancer, but more children llke ingram the conqueror. >> so happy he's doing well. i'm going to give haim tour of fox sometime around christmas when he comes. remember, folk, cost $1.9 million a day to keep saint jude up and running. 75% of that money relies on public donations. a thanks and giving campaign
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>> and our gadget guru what will they like in their stockings? >> great gifts for tids and teens. combined this year. one of the hottest game consoles the brand new xbox 1 which just came out. $499, but you buy the consoles, they last ten years now. game, movies, sports, live tv and something for the whole family. you can watch netflix, watch things like huluplus here which has a great kids' section as well they've added. huluplus, get them a gift card and $7.99 a month, access to all the content. the kids section, easy for kids to watch commercial-free, and it has the safe setting as well. you don't have to worry about your kid watching troubling content as well. all kinds of shows they add. they keep adding new content through huluplus. >> and nintendo dhs? what is that. >> newest hand-held game system plays any of the larger 3-d s games in 2d. don't have to worry about
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downgrading. $125. plays all the games the 3 df plays in 3d. >> what does it do? >> increases your -- a lot of brain games, you'd be blown away. "zelda" one of the most popular of all-time is back. one of the hottest, most sought-after games this year. won all kinds of award. a link between worlds, hot game for the kids. >> and this may help your hand/eye coordination? >> i love playing guitars. the guitar hero games, i wish there was one to use your real guitar and learn how to play guitar along with your favorite songs. you can play along with your favorite song, teaches you along the way. basic, but corrects you as you're going. play a note wrong, play it again. it's a fun experience instead of hitting large green and red buttons that don't actually make you a good guitar player. >> yeah. and these gamers --
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>> gopro hero 3. a skateboarding teenager in your family wants to shoot skateboarding tricks with their friend, it's great. and the mini jam box. listen to music in yir room, take it off to the college dorm room, bluetooth technology and sounds mini jam box, a great speaker system. >> an electronic basketball. really an eyeball. how do you improve a basketball with technology? >> for the sport lover who loves basketball and wants to be a great basketball player on their high school team or in college, this is incredible. this is called the smart basketball from $94.50. improve dribbles intensity, shooting arm. gives you instant feedback because it has technology built into the basketball you use with a smartphone and can see exactly why you missed that shot. it was all built into the basketball. >> pay $100 for the basketball, but it's better. >> it's better and will make you a better basketball player.
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from $94.50. tucker's cynical, but we're going on. >> actually, for the next month, put tucker to the basketball challenge. [ humming the globetrotter's theme song ] and tax your christmas tree. we're not kidding all r. all the appalls details. stay tuned. and the family of a fallen veteran shocked to see his picture pop up on dating websites. how does that happen and can they fight back? our legal team is next. welc.
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some quick headlines. a man trying to transport a 50-ton war machine loses control, not once, but twice. oregon state police say the vintage tank somehow slipped out of gear and rolled down a hill. don't you hate when that happens? when the driver tried to tow
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that machine it started rolling again. he was cited for reckless driving and criminal mischief. google mail, known as gmail, letting you unsend messages but you have to be fast. theail feature you activate in the settings menu gives users a 30 second window to stop that message from sending. every time you send a message it pops up with a box with the message to undo. hanna? >> thank you. the family of this fallen soldier is furious. why? because somebody took staff sergeant matthew pachino's pictures off his memorial website and used them to make a fake facebook account and on-line dating profile. so do these websites have any legal obligations to police in situations like this? we'll ask our fox news legal analyst arthur and criminal defense attorney. us showing pictures of this
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gentleman, we're trying to honor him this morning too. he was killed in 2009 in afghanistan and served three tours in iraq. all right. john, start with you on this, this type of thing happens more often than we may realize, doesn't it? >> >> happens all the time and it's disgusting every time it does. the problem is, when you post a fake profile on facebook or match.com, the communications decency act which is the devil, protects the internet service providers. you can only go after the content providers. in other words, the people sitting in their garages in their dirty pajamas drooling over their keyboards making up this crap are the only people you can go after. good luck trying to find them. >> arthur, facebook and these dating websites, if they don't have an obligation do they have an obligation to somehow find the person who is behind the act? >> well that's like a moral question more than a legal question. legally speaking they do not. legally speaking the way it's
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supposed to work is that the family of the soldier is supposed to go and find it them. facebook is huge. billion users or something like that. how do they make sure what anna kooiman puts in her profile, how do they reconcile that to make sure it's accurate? it's too big of a problem. we're on here every saturday morning and i would say 50% of the time we're talking about some sort of internet problem, some sort of a violation of privacy. it's disgusting what happened. but i don't know how exactly they're going to go after it. >> the case we're talking about is a fallen hero somebody decreased. something going on with a model in a $1.5 billion against match.com. now in this situation, she's living. does that make a difference? >> it doesn't make a difference that she's alive, but the problem is, we need to change the communication decency act so we can go after these -- the internet service providers. there's got to be some way that
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they can check to make sure who's legit? >> how? >> that's my next question. >> when you're typing from your computer they should know who you are and have some sort of cross reference because we can't find these people who make the fake profiles. >> but they're the ones that should be held responsible, the pieces of garbage doing this. facebook isn't the piece of garbage. the person in the piece of pajamas in the garage. >> facebook.com and match.com are giving them the opportunity to be jerks. >> giving 99.9% of the good people to do good things. >> with all the technology, facebook, match.com should be able to figure out who's posting what on their website. >> okay. >> thank you so much. >> wins again. >> maybe there will be a difference made somehow. all right. guys, thank you so much. 56 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox & friends," the president wants you to believe republicans are trying to sabotage obama care, turns out the law is about to unravel all on its own. the two cases that could cripple
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hello and good morning to you. it is saturday, december 7th, 2013. we begin with a fox news alert. he will be home for christmas. a u.s. veteran held in north korea for more than a month finally set free and on his way home. how it all went down and we'll hear from him straight ahead. you think you enrolled in obama care? think again. the obama administration dropping a bombshell, turns out that thousands of americans who recently thought they signed up for insurance, may not have insurance at all and they have no way of knowing it. we know what happened and we'll tell you coming up. and they are is a symbol of freedom but now we're learning green energy farms might be getting a free pass for killing bald eagles.
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you can't make this up. straight from the obama administration. we'll tell you about it. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. you're watching "fox and friends." my favorite show. >> stone cold. happy saturday morning. it's the first saturday -- one of the first saturdays in december. i've lost track. in any case it's 7:00 a.m. on the east coast. anna kooiman. >> good morning. >> you said that i could have believed you. >> not a math major. doesn't matter. it's december and we're glad it is. >> a lot of terrible weather out there and storms, but a perfect storm brewing right now in washington, d.c. as it relates to obama care. just when you thought the website was up and running and things were looking good for obama care, we get a new bombshell report yesterday that it turns out that one in ten applications that are being filed through the website, are not going through. in fact, if you thought you signed four obama care, you might not find out you didn't
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sign up until after the deadline passes when you think you're covered? >> one in ten sounds bad but it's an improvement. check out the full screen we have here just last month and during october when it was rolled out, one in four had these errors. we're talking about the 834 forms that go from healthcare.gov and they get fired over to the insurance companies and there's a problem with these transmissions where sometimes the information is jarbled and all mucked up. sometimes there are duplicate applications filed and sometimes they're not there at all. people are discovering hey, i signed up, i waited in line, i was on the website going through this mess for how long, and i'm not even enrolled. >> there is almost no possible foul up that isn't occurring to this process under obama care. people being enrolled in names that aren't theirs, having their children enrolled under their names. the cruelest irony of all is that obama care was passed on the promise it would bring insurance to the uninsured, health care to people who couldn't get it and the opposite
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is true. more have lost their health care that have gained it so far. the cruelest of the cruelest is some don't know. if they wind up sick, believing they're covered by health insurance find out they're no the. >> you think because of how important this program is to the president, the president's legacy and his signature program, he would be having meeting after meeting with health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius to make sure we are on par, going to nail this thing. when we roll this out it's going to be a success. more scrutiny paid to how much time president obama actually devoted to meeting one on one with kathleen sebelius. peter went through these gia logs of the institute logbooks this week and found out she and the president, kathleen sebelius and president obama, never met face to face one on one in a one-on-one meeting. zero times. so we knew that reporting this week. now an update this morning because jay carney took to the podium yesterday to say not so
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fast, don't believe everything you hear. >> he basically said all kinds of times, it's just not on the books. take a listen to jay carney. >> cabinet secretaries don't regularly get entered into the visitor logs because they come frequently. and kathleen sebelius comes frequently and she meets frequently with the president. i will refer you to the department for more information and more detail but she's here a lot. >> really? where is that detail? it has not been provided so far by the white house. keep in mind that 217 other occasions where the president met with the cabinet secretary were recorded. how often did the president meet with kathleen sebelius? does the information not exist, not keeping track or withholding it from the american people? >> why would he have met 73 times with former secretary clinton, and fwitser er igeith those happen to be on the calendar but zero times with kathleen sebelius.
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conspiracy theorists saying maybe this whole thing was because of if the website ends up being a debacle, if aca ends up being a debacle he can run the other direction and say -- and push the blame and push the buck on to somebody else. >> jay carney is being disingenuo disingenuous. it has nothing to do with the logbooks. the logs have to do with the president's personal calendar and when he said well, you know, we don't -- cabinet secretaries often aren't logged in the visitor logbooks. the question was on the president's personal calendar where are these meetings that apparently happened. they all should be there. this was the administration that said they were going to open up their calendars and logbooks and be transparent. >> gets to the most basic question, which is does the public which is funding this government and living under its authority, have a right to know anything about how it works and resoundingly for the past five years, the answer is no. i can say this is a member of the working press. we cover the white house in washington. you can't get a straight answer
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to anything. people said the bush administration is the most anti-media, most, you know, closed and secret administration ever. i thought that was true until these people showed up. it's unbelievable. >> and further just let me make this final point here, if they were meeting to jay carney's point, meeting one on one, how didn't the president know that this was about to become a disasser? >> supposedly the contractor had been warning kathleen sebelius about the website problems and glitches for months. >> if they were having one-on-one meetings that's a worse scenario. you would think she would have told him this website is going to be a disaster? do you buy it? do you believe it? e-mail us. other stories to get to. fox news alert while you were sleeping, an american war veteran held captive in north korea for over a month released. right now merrill newman is on a plane bound for san francisco and expected to arrive early this afternoon. he was deported after the communist state released a video of newman apologizing for crimes he committed during the korean war. arriving at the airport in
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beijing from pyongyang, newman was all smiles. >> i'm very glad to be on my way home. i appreciate the tolerance that dprk government has given to me to be on my way. >> how do you feel now? >> feel good. feel good. >> what would you like to do? >> go home and see my wife. >> i guess so. late last night newman's son jeff reacted to the news. >> this great moment for us as a family. and it will be even better when we have a chance to be back together in a few hours. >> vice president joe biden in south korea as part of his asian tour said he offered newman a flight home on air force 2 but said that newman declined. another american kenneth bae, still sits in a north korea jail after over a year in captivity. caught in the act, new video this morning appearing to show two men stealing parts from the porsche that actor paul walker
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was in when he died. tmz reporting walker's fans recorded the whole thing. the men running up to a tow truck and taking off with the parts. one of those men is reportedly 18-year-old jameson witty. he posted these photos on instagram grabbing about the grab, he is behind bars. the other man is expected to turn himself in soon. you're looking at live pictures from johannesburg, south africa, where visitors from all over the world continue to mourn the loss of nelson mandela. memorial plans are under way. it could be the largest service the world has ever seen. president obama will travel to south africa for the memorial along with presidents bush and clinton. they will be joined by other world figures like the pope and celebrities including bill gates and oprah. the public service will be on tuesday then mandela's body will lie in state for three days. after that his body will be flown to his home village for a private memorial. here we go.
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here's the answer to the question, supermodel heidi klum breaking the fans of hearts around the world. revealing she'll never strut her stuff in lingerie again. >> what? >> the former victoria secret angel who turned 40 in june says the thought of walking the catwalk in her underwear makes her feel, quote, uncomfortable but she has no plans to give up model altogether. she will still do photo shoots, just with a little more clothes on. >> outrage. >> she's in that jeans ad right now where she's dancing her little booty off. she looks great. >> it's just selfish. just because it makes her uncomfortable doesn't mean it make america. >> bingo. >> think about somebody else. >> extreme weather alert, at least 11 are dead after a winter storm packing snow, ice, freezing cold temperatures hit huge parts of the united states. >> parts of ohio slammed with snow. the winter storm causing more than a thousand flight cancellations throughout the south and the midwest. >> and in missouri some areas getting up to 10 inches of snow and while forecasters say the
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snow will stop, the bitter cold temperatures are staying. >> well let's ask our own forecaster, will the snow ever stop, be rick? will it ever stop ? >> it will. depends on where you are. >> glasgow -- i lived in montana. these numbers are crazy to me. >> yes. when you knew those temperatures living there does this seem extreme some. >> they use block heaters. you have to plug in your car at night so your engine doesn't freeze. temperatures, these aren't windchill temperatures. these are actual air temperatures. minus 32, that's just incredible. minus 19 in billings. minus 6 in denver. so many days in a row of this where temperatures haven't gotten in some cases above 0, other cases like denver, you haven't been above the teens for about five days now. so people are getting very tired of it and look at that windchill. clayton, there you go, glasgow, feels like minus 52. this is a very dangerous situation. windchill advisories and warnings in effect all across parts of this northern tier. take a look at this, windchill
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advisories across southern texas. doesn't mean it's as cold as that. the criteria is a little less. incredible cold down across parts of places as far south as south texas. this is the storm that moved through. we're going to see a little bit of rain still with this. that's gone. but then we're going to turn our attention to the next storm that's coming out across parts of the west, going to bring more freezing rain to the same places that just got it. >> minus 6 in denver. that is actually shocking. >> they had an acmperature of me cold temperature. my brother lives there and i talked to him this week and he said everybody is sick of it and it's all anybody can talk about. >> it can be dangerous to be outside in that. talk about bald eagles this morning, a symbol of american freedom in this country. it's bad news if you're a bald eagle and watching our show this morning, bad news for you out there because these wind farms, giant wind it turbines that that are supposed to be for conservation, there they are, well, they have now got an 30-year free license to
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basically kill bald eagles. >> it's unbelievable. granted by the obama administration. bald eagles and many other birds of prey are really protected. you're dove shooting and hit a bald eagle by accident you can go to prison, you will be prosecuted. if you own a wind farm, many of which have given a lot of money to the real action campaign of president obama, you have an exemption. these wind farms kill an awful lot of birds. >> i didn't know this about bald eagles. i knew they look down for food. this is why, because they drive like we do when driving and texting on our cell phones and use this analogy, they don't look up as they scan for food below. they plow into these blades and are killed. >> well, this is -- information coming from the "wall street journal" that this is all an effort obviously to foster renewable energy and that industry which is something that president obama has really tried to, you know, if you put your green hat on you can thank him for doing that, but the real issue, the real reason why this
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pardon essentially is going to be happening, is because it was exposed that they were turning a blind eye to all of this. there was a piece in the associated press that basically exposed the obama administration for not fining a single person or prosecuting a single person from a wind farm for killing bald eagles. >> that's it right there. this is an assault on the rule of law. not about wind farms or bald eagles. the ideas that laws apply differently to different people depending how much they are favored by the king, the person in power. if the president likes you you don't have to obey the law, if you're an ordinary person you will be punished severely. >> john anderson, the director of the sitting policy of the american wind energy association says this, this is not a program to kill eagles. this permit program is all about conservation. >> let us know what you think about this. >> try that next time you shoot one by accident. >> i was trying to conserve it by killing it. coming up on the show the president wants you to believe republicans are trying to sabotage obama care. turns out the law is about to
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♪ welcome back. the president swore to uphold the law of the land, all presidents do, but some are saying a he's not upholding the law with his name on it, obama care. the next guest testified before the congress about why that is so dangerous. >> if the people come to believe the government is no longer constrained by the laws they will conclude no longer are they. this is a dangerous sort of
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thing for the president to do to wantly ignore the laws. >> that is a very deep point and not often enough articulated. michael, the man that said it. director of health policy studies at the cato institute in washington. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. >> very smart as you just said, if people think the president's not constrained by laws they will believe they are not either. give us examples of how the president has ignored the law. >> the biggest example is there are provisions in obama care that only take effect if the states establish these health insurance exchanges, only if there is an exchange, quote, established by the state. now those provisions include the subsidies available through exchanges and the employer mandate, the penalties imposed on employers if they don't offer what the government considers adequate health insurance. 34 states said they're not going to create exchanges and the federal government is operating exchanges in those states so that means those provisions by law are inoperative in those
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states. employers in those 34 states are exempt from those taxes. >> right. >> but what the the obama administration is doing, is the exact opposite of what the law says. the exact opposite. they are issuing the subsidies and imposing those taxes in those 34 states and their rationale for doing the opposite of what the law says is that's what congress intended. >> but wait a second. we have a congress, we can fact check this with the people who pass the law. they're still there. they're sitting in their seats in that domed building. where are they? the president is usurping power reserved for the legislative branch and they're not doing anything about it, why? >> well, half of congress likes the outcome here. the half of congress that's controlled by democrats likes the fact that the president is doing this thing because they think it's going to save obama care. but the statute is clear, the legislative history supports the statute, the administration has nothing -- has found nothing in
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the statute or legislative history that supports its bizarre interpretation of the law and attempt to really turn this part of the law on its head. they're doing it because if they don't, then there will be a greater backlash against obama care and congress will have to reopen it. >> shortsighted because the precedences are getting laid down that will have effects in the future. the president has decided he can interpret the law how he wants, they get exemptions, they don't. isn't there a danger the republican president could come in and start interpreting obama care in his way and basically gut it? >> there is. fortunately we have a way of stopping the president or this particular abuse of his power. there have been four lawsuits if filed in federal court to block niece illegal subsidies and taxes. one of them just had a hearing this week. we might get rulings on one or more of them by the end of this year. the sooner the better. we are talking about -- this isn't chump change we'r talking
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about here. the president is trying to tax and borrow and spend contrary to federal law -- >> and he's doing it. >> $700 billion. >> and we unfortunately out of time but hopefully the courts will intervene. thanks for joining us. >> you bet. >> more "fox and friends." through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. and our giant idaho potato truck is still missing. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels.
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>> i don't understand what you're talking about. >> they didn't agree on much. they rarely agreed on anything. they fought all the time and they challenged each other every day. but des might their differences, they had one important thing in common. they were crazy about each other. >> did you love this movie as much as i did? they may have been crazy about each other in "the notebook" but when we see these type of things
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and they seem normal fights, they could be a signal of a toxic relationship. let's ask miss new york, 2013, joanne and comedian ryan reese. good morning. >> good morning. >> thank you so much for being here. so yeah, very often we think oh, it's normal to just drop hints, normal to be passive/aggressive but those can be toxic behaviors. ryan, do you wish we would say what we mean and mean what we say? >> when you say we, you're referring to women being passive/aggressive. women are very passive/aggressive. i don't know why you think this is going to change us as men. when you get home do you look at the tv and say i wish" desperate housewives" was on. >> rather than change the channel. >> what do you think? >> i think we are culprits definitely of this passive/aggressive behavior. men are sick. i have to say. you must agree with me. >> thank you. >> so we just need to be honest. it's about communication. they always say communication is key and i wholeheartedly agree.
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>> don't you feel like they close their ears and aren't listening and say huh? huh? >> that does often happen, yes, but they can be trained like dogs. >> okay. >> next up we have blaming your partner for your own emotions. ryan i won't ask you if you've personally been in this situation. >> yes. >> but whether you're happy or sad does it depend on the person you're in the relationship with or does it depend on yourself? >> no. i think it depends on yourself. i've been in relationship where people have blamed me for their emotions and if that's the case ladies, i'm going to start slipping per cassettk percocetsr drinks. >> do we need to take responsible and handle our emotions the way you should. >> you're the only one responsible for your emotions. if you're looking to your partner to do that for you, you shouldn't be in a relationship. they can add to your happiness but shouldn't be your sole happiness. >> how do we do that? >> you need to be secure in yourself. insecurity is the biggest culprit of vulnerability and
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that's ultimately what leads to the toxic relationship. >> what about jealousy? a lot of people think maybe a little jealousy is okay, but then it can be taken overboard if the girl or guy starts looking in your phone and starts, you know, having outbursts and things like that, what do you think about jealousy? >> i think it's silly i like it a little bit but laze ladies, you're a little gels you. when you see another girl, what are you thinking, you think i can get that girl? i can't get that girl. you think she's jealous of this. look at that couple fight smog what if you have a girlfriend and you see another good-looking, well-to-do guy talking to her, does it make you jealous? >> i'm jealous he gets the fun stuff and i'm the one that has to pick her sister up at the airport and i'm the one that has to hang out with her parents. >> you are terrible. >> remember anniversaries. >> last thing real quick. joanne what do you think? jealousy good or bad? >> don't look at phones. that will bring up more jealous feelings and you're going to
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find something you don't want to see. >> thank you so much. >> thanks for having us. >> 7:27 on your saturday. spaghetti o's sweeting out this picture as a tribute to pearl harbor but instead it caused a firestorm on-line. was this thing really inappropriate? we're reading your tweets and e mails next. a backstage pass to the radio city music hall christmas spectacular. we're taking you there coming up. wisest kid,
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it's making anxious. sure thing. ♪ >> check it. ♪ ♪ i wear your clothes all day i look incredible ♪ ♪ i've got this big old coat >> the harlem shakers. >> this is your shot of the morning. the united states marine band doing their version of macklemore's "thrift shop" song. the video posted on youtube with the 2013 usmc birthday ball. nearly 300,000 views this morning. pretty awesome. >> the lyrics are something like normally it's "i wear my grand dad's coat" and said something about wearing their uniform and smelling like jet fuel i was reading. a lot of people commenting about this story which is
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spaghettios. since when has spaghettios made headlines last time some well they did overnight because they tweeted an interesting tweet. it said, help us remember -- help us remember -- take a moment to remember pearl harbor with us and they posted that picture of the spaghettios with the american flag. people got outraged about it. i thought it was pretty funny. not the photo, just the response on twitter if you read their responses. go to twitter and read the at replies to spaghettios. >> can we ask a basic question, would you think it would be possible to take pasta, put it in a can, and make it delicious? that was a dare the world posed to america and we rose to that and created spaghettios. >> and they couldn't have cuter commercials. >> right. >> they have every right to celebrate the greatness of this country because they're part of that. >> take a moment to remember pearl harbor with us. the time of year we remember that day, the day that will live in infanny when thousands of
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americans were killed. a lot were furious seemed they were making light of it by having a cartoon character there with a flag. >> december 7th, 1941, 2400 americans killed, 1200 others wounded, catapulted us into world war ii. is this an okay thing? were they trying to be respectful? we're asking for e-mails. christine sent us this n this time over the top political correctness and lack of patriotism i am happy to see an american company proudly display our flag. they're just trying to bring attention to a day we should always remember. >> by the way, the spaghettio character is not smiling because americans were killed. he's smiling because of our victory over im per yal japan which freed asia to experience the prosperity and freedom we experience today. >> and a free asia so they can experience spaghettios. >> exactly and they are if they know what's good for them. brandon from florida, i don't know why people would be so mad over a spaghettio holding an american flag. we have much bigger things in
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this country to be concerned. you are a wise man. >> i saw in twitter at replies people saying i bet that social media manager for spaghettios is going to be fired on monday morning. can you imagine somebody losing their job over that? it was inappropriate. that's a word that has no real meaning. it just means i don't like it and you should be punished for doing it. that's inappropriate. >> the thing is i would love to hear from a world war ii veteran. it would be great to possibly hear from them what they think. >> yeah. that's a good point. i also did some digging. wait a second. was spaghettios involved in world war ii? providing rations to the troops and maybe there's some sort of history there? kind of. campbell's soups owns spaghettios. >> okay. >> and, of course, they provided rations to the troops in the front lines, campbell soups did. chef boyardee was -- >> i think that's right. >> that's inappropriate. >> it's true. >> we have other news stories making headlines. a reality tv director shot
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dead at his home. police say three people tried to force their way into the home of los angeles home and a fight broke out. 42-year-old james marcus' home was -- james marcus howie was killed. and his wife was seriously wounded. according to officials the shooting seems to be a random act of violence with no obvious motive. six people in mexico arrested in connection with the theft of a truck carrying radioactive material. all six in the hospital being tested for radiation exposure. doctors say that while all are showing some signs of exposure none are in serious condition at the moment. if and when they are released from the hospital they will be turned over to mexico's federal authorities. talk about motivation, a woman in oregon wanted to join the army so bad but couldn't because she didn't meet weight requirements. that was 15 months ago and now the 23-year-old is just 110 pounds lighter than she was before and getting ready to start a new chapter in the
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military. >> at least for now i want to do the typical like i want to deploy, travel the world, wanted the typical stuff, i want to live the army life. i want to be in for as long as i possibly can, take the uniform and run and see how far i can go with it. >> fighting off the pounds for the flag. she's set to be sworn into the army next thursday. but we get to chat with her first. she joins us right here on "fox & friends" coming up at 9:50 this morning. can't wait to hear how she did it. looks like she did it through diet and exercise, old-fashioned good way. put down your coffee clayton. >> oh, no. >> grab a beer instead. what? a new study from the tel aviv university found caffeine can shorten your life expectancy but alcohol can actually increase it. the parts of dna get shorter as a person ages and caffeine was found to accelerate all of it whereas alcohol lengthened dna which could lengthen your life as well.
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i'm actually glad you're drinking coffee and not beer at 7:37 in the morning. we have a couple more hours to get through. >> can that get the dumbest study ever award? compare those to who drink too much beer? who's in better shape. >> that's a good question. >> yes. pretty simple yes. >> cough fays or lattes with whipped cream and petter mint. >> balancing it out. like me just have a little -- come on in, michael. >> have a little coffee in the morning, caffeine and also have some beer, that's just canceling it all out. >> voltare drinks so much coffee. skid row bums drink too much beer. >> that's a case study. >> good morning. >> he's here. stepped right into the fox light this morning. you have behind the scenes look at one of the most famous new york city christmas traditions, something i saw as a kid and loved as a kid. >> i saw it for the first time this year and it was great. for 81 years radio city christmas spectacular has drawn crowds from around the world to new york city and i got a chance to go behind the curtain with
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some of the stars and i'm not talking the camel, i'm talking the rockettes. ♪ >> so exciting. i saw the show for the first time last night. >> it's perfect for all ages and all families. there's something for everyone in the show. >> do you feel the sense of tradition? >> absolutely. >> and responsibility? >> definitely. >> speaking of tradition, you're looking at parade of the wooden soldiers hat, one of our traditional favorites. been in the show since 1933. crowd favorite. we have to make scene every year. >> give us a little tour back stage. >> absolutely. >> we're entering the space back here where we do a few of our changes. we're doing six shows a day, eight costume changes. some of our changes are as fast as 80 seconds. it's craziness back here. >> to your right is our 12 days of christmas number. >> our 8-minute tap number. >> "new york at christmas". >> love. >> gorgeous. >> this is plastic rockette
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costume. >> is this the one part of the show that's the same? >> since 1933. >> there you go. >> the choreography is classic. >> everything else about the show -- >> it's changing every year. >> and there's a nativity costume. >> probably one of my favorite moments of the show. it's beautiful. >> so beautiful. >> it's beautiful. ♪ ♪ glory to the newborn king >> we're under the great stage of radio city. >> okay. >> and what's so amazing about this, this is our actual stage. we have built a whole new stage on top of the elevated system. >> okay. >> which is dropped right here and this allows us to have all these different elevators and trap doors we use for various numbers. >> what's it like when you go out there and the curtain opens up? >> it's amazing. you look out at the stage of 6,000 people and they're all there to see you and you' you're making so much more of an amazing holiday season for them. you're a huge part of their tradition. >> can't leave radio city until
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you do the kick. we're going to bevell toe to toe with your right foot and then link up right on behind, behind me. >> behind you? >> step on our right and kick our left. >> step on -- >> right, kick left. step on your left, kick right. kick right. >> see. >> kick left. >> two left feet. >> step right, kick step, kick. >> this is not going to happen for me. ♪ >> i am not giving up. >> how long are their legs, michael? >> pretty long. >> like barbie legs. >> crazy how they are all so uniform, almost all the exact same height. they can't gain a pound or lose a pound. >> they have to audition every year for it. in case you were wondering the rockettes do approximately 300 kicks every show and see them in the radio city christmas spectacular from now to december 30th. check out in the fox.com and for
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states here, how specifically would people save by moving to different states? in what areas of their lives? checking account, paycheck? >> we're talking about the taxable income which changes state by state. essentially that's a price on work. some states, nine states like this one in florida, put a price at zero. so many of the new yorkers, new jersey residents, moving down south. you can see they can save several thousand dollars per year that adds up over a lifetime. >> dive into specific examples. start with folks living in new york. where are they moving and how much would they save? give us a general example of a person, maybe a 50-year-old taxpayer in that state? >> sure. we're seeing the big trend, the past 18 years, over 43 million americans from the northeast moving to a state like florida. $95 billion going down there. 50-year-old average taxable income leaving new york going to florida could easily save over $6600. that's over $200,000 with the
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time remaining before retirement. >> if you saved that money in an account accruing that way it could be a windfall for you. next out to minnesota. i didn't realize there was a problem in minnesota with taxes, a big problem there. >> well, cold weather there today, and in fact, the last year they just raised the price of work up to 9.85%. you're seeing already from the past 18 years, flight to florida and arizona, that's expected to get worse when you raise that price on work for those people that don't like those taxes. >> so they have the fourth highest income rate in the country. out to california, we know many people moving out of california to save some money. where are they going? >> that's right. generally those that are, for example, outside of san bernadino, riverside, don't want to leave, but then they're looking at a savings of several thousand dollars per year going may be.r las vegas or phoenix these arrows show you evidence of that. >> wow. >> going out of the state.
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and not just to the border states, to other regions. >> yeah. to vegas and arizona and in nevada. and then let's move down to texas and where are folks -- moving to texas? seems like a lot of people moving to texas from all over the country? >> yeah. from california as an example. the greater los angeles area, that's losing over $6 million per day of taxable income going to places like texas, all over texas, austin, dallas, houston, $6 billion from california alone going into texas, nearly $25 billion total. >> and a person, a 30-year-old taxpayer there, filing as single, moving to texas, would save about $1100 every year. >> yeah. >> just by moving to texas. >> and adding up over a lifetime that's big money. >> wow. incredible. travis brown author of "how money walks" thanks for joining us. want more tips and information go to how money walks.com. thanks. coming up, fast food workers walk off the job demanding higher wages. wouldn't that just put the costs back on the customer? is this a good idea? we'll debate it next.
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. 52 minutes after the hour. thanks for being with us at "fox & friends." move he open super woman, a pint sized hero in town. a fourth grader saw her classmate choking at lunch and knew what to do. >> ran over and gave him the heimlich maneuver and it saved his life. it's not the first life she has rescued. joining us is emily and the boy she saved cooper. >> good morning, guys.
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>> good morning. >> good morning. >> i bet you guys are going to be friends forever after this. cooper, tell me what happened -- >> oh, yes. >> explain to me what happened when you started choking? >> well, she was about one seat away from me and then i took a big bite out of my breadstick and i did not chew very much and it got stuck in my throat and i got most of it out but she had asked me hey are you choking? i gave her a nod. and before she went to the monitor she ran over, gave me the heimlich maneuver and the rest of it got out, she didn't think so, but ran over and got the monitor but i was all right. >> what's going through your mind? you're so just matter of fact about the entire thing, cooper. i mean, were you scared? i wouldn't have known what to do. >> no. >> i was -- i was not -- >> emily, how did you know what to do? >> my dad had taught me because he was a first responder at his job. he taught me a few years back
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when i was 7 and i just remembered what to do. >> so how -- i just have to ask, since you're both more poised than most of our adult guests, how old are you? >> i am 9 and he is 10. >> that's amazing. so what grade are you? you're in fourth grade? >> we are both in fourth grade and we are both in the same class. >> now, cooper -- >> i just turned 10 yesterday. >> well happy birthday. what did you do when -- as a gift for your super woman there next to you? >> well, i got her a necklace and four bars of candy which she had already ate. >> it's already gone, emily? >> yep. >> emily, can you tell us for people at home, some people don't know how to do the heimlich maneuver who are adults two and three times your age, how do you do it? >> well, you kind of go where
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their belly button is, put your hand down, roll it up and put your hand right here and go in and out. i mean in and back. so you can get air through it. >> have you done this before to someone else, emily? >> no. >> interesting. you hadn't practiced on your dog or any of your siblings or anything like that this is the first time you had really done it? >> i practiced on my brother, but he really wasn't choking. >> yeah. so brothers are great for practice. that's important. >> where were the teachers in all of this? >> well, she was eating lunch in the teacher's lounge. we were inside the cafeteria. >> well thank goodness you were there. just an incredible story and i hope the two of you, emily and cooper, stay friends forever. i imagine you will. >> when you get older and run for senate i hope you'll come back on "fox & friends."
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>> or go to space, something extraordinary. >> i'm voekts for both of you whether i live in your state or not. thank you very much, emily and cooper. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> forget "hardball" msnbc's chris mathews throwing the president softballs, governor mike huckabee is here to react at the top of the hour. no softballs from him. >> challenging the best gift wrapper in the country to a wrap off. get your scotch tape and paper ready. it is on. my vote with the gov. >> it could be governor mike huckabee, ladies and gentlemen. [ eeping ] [ male announcer ] you hear that?
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good saturday morning. december 7th, 013. i'm anna kooiman. we start with a news alert. he will be home for christmas, a u.s. veteran held in north korea for more than a month set free
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and on his way home. how it went down and we'll hear from him straight ahead. you may be under the impression you enrolled in obama care. think again. thousands of people may not have insurance at all. and worse, they may not even know it. governor mike huckabee weighs in on that. she just wanted to sell mistletoe to raise money for her braces but the city told her to beg instead. >> what? >> now this pint-sized entrepreneur is taking her fight to city hall, she's talking to us first. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. >> hi, this is big george foreman and you're watching "fox & friends." it's a knockout in the morning. >> these stories sometimes that are so perverse you think that couldn't have happened but it did. >> that and the bald eagle story this morning, that can't be real. >> it is true. welcome to "fox & friends" this saturday morning. >> good morning. >> it's going to be great day and we have fantastic news in time for the holidays, because
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while you were sleeping an american war veteran held captive in north korea for over a month, released and right now merrill newman is on a plane bound for san francisco. he was deported after the communist state released a video of newman apologizing for, quote, crimes he committed during the korean war. arriving at the airport in beijing from pyongyang, newman was all smiles. >> i'm very glad to be on my way home. i appreciate the tolerance that dprk government has given to me to be on my way. >> how do you feel now? >> i feel good. i feel good. >> first thing, what would you like to do? >> go home and see my wife. >> he should say smooch his wife. vice president joe biden in south korea as part of his asian tour said he offered newman a flight home on air force 2, but said newman declined. and new overnight, defense secretary chuck hagel lands in kabul amid chaos over a security deal. the unannounced visit comes as afghan president hamid karzai
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refuses to sign a deal that would allow u.s. troops to stay in the country past 2014. the u.s. says they want a deal signed by the end of the month. hagel has no plans to meet with karzai on his trip. his office says he is in the country to thank troops for their service. and now, you are about to look at live pictures from johannesburg, south africa, where visitors from all over the world continue to mourn the loss of nelson mandela. memorial plans are under way. it could be the largest service the world has ever seen. president obama will travel to south africa for the memorial along with presidents bush and clinton. they will be joined by other world figures like the pope and celebrities including bill gates and oprah. the public service will be held on tuesday. mandela's body will lie in state for three days. after that his body will be flown to his home village for a private burial. a new battle in the war on christmas. now congress looking to tax your christmas free. your christmas tree. they want to tack on 15 cents
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per tree. the reason? to pay for a federal christmas tree promotion board. its purpose would be to enhance the image of the christmas tree industry in the united states. maybe we should be calling it a holiday tree. >> people hate christmas trees. look at that. next they'll tax the reindeer outside. what's next? >> we have extreme weather alert, at least 11 people are dead after a winter storm packed with snow, ice and surprisingly cold temperatures descended on the united states. ice, sleet and snow in parts of texas caused several accidents, power outages and flight cancellations. >> check out this video out of duluth, minnesota. an eerie steam effect on lake superior. this happens when the water temperature is warmer than the air. over the past week duluth got almost 3 feet of snow. rick reichmuth is standing by, a tweet from murray holderman in montana. he says it's negative 13 right now. >> yeah, warm. >> negative 13. >> better than glass cow where
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it's minus 32. >> in montana. the cold is extreme. the temperatures in the far northern rockies and plains seems crazy cold and it is for that area but it's crazy cold to the south. you're 1 degrees in midland, texas, and 21 in dallas and 4 in amarillo. factor in the wind, it feels colder than that. feels like minus 8 in amarillo, texas. it gives you an idea this cold has settled way far to the south. if you're in the southern areas you're not used to that kind of cold. a lot of people might not have heat in texas and arizona. phoenix at 32 degrees. big agricultural impacts from this storm or this cold air as well. this eastern coast storm where we saw this icing that's pretty much gone. little bit of leftover rain.% the cold stays in place and there's a new storm that is going to form. we're going to see this develop by tomorrow morning and you see that pink, that's potentially another bit of an ice storm across parts of kentucky. this time eastern kentucky and across parts of north carolina, virginia and eventually towards the d.c. area where i think
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we're going to see a little icing and by monday morning that bit of icing potentially gets in towards areas just outside of new york city and snow to the north of it, the rain continues, maybe a few thunderstorms, and then, of course, the cold continues for everybody for at least about another four days. we have ice storm warnings already posted across parts of north carolina. so get ready. we're not done. >> lovely. >> all right. thanks so much, rick. >> thank you, rick. governor huckabee sat down on the coach, host of "huckabee" here on the fox news channel. great to see you. >> good morning. merry christmas, everyone. >> thank you. >> and if it's another weekend it's another crazy story. usually we get these document dumps on friday, bad information on a friday afternoon, so you get to waddled into on a saturday on the show. we learned yesterday from the obama administration, one in four americans in october who signed up through healthcare.gov, their applications may not actually have gone through. therefore, they don't have coverage. now we learned that with all the fixes, one in ten applications still aren't going through. so when that deadline reaches on
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december 23rd and you think you have coverage on january 1st you may not have coverage. what do you make of this latest revelation? >> it's an ongoingisaster and i think people need to realize as bad as the website is and it's clearly been a train wreck, it's nothing compared to weapons when people finally get into obama care and now we're learning that, for example, in states like washington state, nine times more people signed up for medicaid than to pay for insurance. so this is just another chapter in the continuing saga of maybe obama's greatest disaster. this one in ten failure, think about that. some might say that's only 10%. would we accept that 10% of our mail would be delivered in a mud put al block from our house? of course not. would we accept our doctor 10% of the time gave us the wrong medicine and made us sicker? of course not. would we accept a restaurant would serve us food 10% of the time would make us violently ill? no. should americans be willing to accept 10% complete failure even
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after we've spent $700 million? of course not. >> this is health care a life or death question. in the middle of all these debacles and scandals, very tough first term the -- second term the president has had so far, he chooses to explain himself to one of his prime people, professional obama sniffer, this man. >> chris tingle. >> kriss kringle is the christmas person but this is chris tingle -- >> we can't make this up. >> rather than ask a single real question he continues to slobber over the president. >> i thought they should have got an room. >> i'm going to continue the rest of this interview in the same way chris mathews did the interview with president obama. governor huckabee, you were an incredible governor and a very handsome man too. >> thank you. >> how do you say that all the time? >> how many -- when you get an interview like that, to me, what's the love fest aside, missed a lot of opportunities to push him on these big questions about obama care and other programs, right?
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>> you know, honestly when i've been interviewed i would rather somebody ask me hard questions because you can knock one out of the park when it's a fastball across the shoulder. if somebody is just lobbing things down in the dirt, which -pis what mathews essentially d, it makes both of them frankly look less than they should. >> have you ever watched obama get a tough question. one of our reporters asked him a tough question and he looked so outraged he couldn't talk. >> bret baier did the question with him and bret was pressing him, it was respectful, but doing the job of a real journalist and you could see obama bristoling with indignation, how dare him push me. >> maybe that's why the presidents are sort of going on lockdown now. talking about this earlier on the show they don't want the hard questions and therefore, having press conferences not even meeting with reporter mitt romney got testy with bret asking him tough questions. >> i'm going to start getting testy with you guys. obama has done interviews,
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remember the disk jockey in florida, his nickname on air the pimp with the limp. those are hard-hitting interviews. at the same time he wouldn't do interviews with -- >> on fox news channel, msnbc instead. the president surrounding himself with people who, you know, are drinking the coolaid which is something that they do but valerie jarrett was recently quoted as saying that the reason that president obama possibly hasn't met with kathleen sebelius because he's so extraordinary that he doesn't do what ordinary people do and maybe that's why we don't understand his actions. >> use that excuse around my house. >> but jay carney yesterday said, of course, they've met a bunch of times, it's just not on the record. do you buy that? do you believe they've plett met? >> no. white house logs are thorough, if no other reason than historical purposes, they want to keep those logs in case they're subpoenaed or asked questions, you know, she just didn't show up in the logs.
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the review is pretty thorough here. >> following on something valerie jarrett said, wouldn't it be easier to have sick people touch the hem of obama's garment and be healed. >> that's a great idea. he alluded to something in an interview with mathews about his management style, how, you know, it's not his management style, it's the fault of the internal bureaucracy of the government, but that is an issue of his management style. good managers understand you see the whole field of play, you take the problem, you take a big problem, break it down into little problems, you assign people and task them with the responsibility of fixing it, and you hold them accountable. you check on them constantly. he doesn't check up on things. he doesn't know what's happening. every time he's asked a question, his answer and everyone in the administration, i don't know. he found out about that when he read it in the papers. saw that on tv. this is the most amazing president who is unaware of what he's managing. >> this is what the president said during that interview about his management style. let's listen.
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>> the challenge i think that we have going forward is not so much my personal management style or particular issues around white house organization, it actually has to do with what i refer to earlier, which is we have these big agencies, some of which are outdated, some of which are not designed properly -- >> well, if he's got a big government that's not working well, why would we throw health care into it? i mean, you know, that's like saying we have a problem, all of our clothes are getting eaten up by the grinder so let's throw our hands in there too along with our clothes. that's the most amazing reason to not trust obama care. he just gave it to us and he didn't realize it. >> one of our supervisors shows up drunk, let's give him more responsibility, what do you say? >> and a liquor cabinet, why not. >> are you ready for the rumors to begin swirling once again around another presidential run? i know you just went through this for 2012 election. can you handle 2016? looks like rumors are swirling they want you to throw your hat
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into the ring again? >> the rumors are always coming and going. but the biggest question would be, would that mean i would have to quit being on "fox & friends" on saturday? >> no. emphatically i want to speak for our producers -- >> i'm just checking. >> because, you know, this is one of my favorite things of the week. >> i covered you last time. that was fun. at least from our point of view, it was really fun. >> i had a great time. i really did. it's one of those things you're not supposed to enjoy but i actually enjoyed the connection with people and campaigns don't have to be miserable. they can really be an energizing experience. >> you were tried and true. it's unbelievable, he remembers everybody's names and where they're from and different things about them. i imagine you are a rock star on the campaign trail. >> i wouldn't go that far. but, you know, it's an enormous experience to be able to really touch america and to understand what this country is about. get away from the coast. find out that the heart of america is in people who drive trucks and put plates on tables and do hard work and don't ask a
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whole lot for it. they just like to be left alone, raise their families. >> ask you a tough question, the group of iowa pastors will meet with you privately next week, show their concerns about the 2016 race, they want you to throw your hat into the race. what will you tell them? >> i'll tell them it's something i'll consider, but it's not -- it's two years away. it's way too early for somebody to say this what is i'm going to do. i think people, it's one thing to say i'll look at it, but it's a totally different thing and inappropriate certainly until we get through the 2014 elections -- >> your mind is not shut to the idea? >> no. you can't come to this point of life having run before and come pretty darn close to getting the nomination, to just completely dismiss it. >> you got to watch huckabee tonight. great seeing you. >> good to see you guys. have a good day. >> coming up here on the show, here we go again. might say team usa but the olympic uniform suspect made in america. where your money is going this time. >> fast food workers walking off the job demanding a wage hike. the president says they deserve it but business people say it
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across the country fast food workers walking off the job demanding higher wages. president obama supports raising minimum wage to over $10. some say it will hurt the economy. we've got a fair and balanced debate. joined by michael, a senior research fellow with the employment policies institute, marjorie, a former consultant to the obama campaign. thanks for joining us this morning. marjorie, i think most people understand in a bad economy a lot of people trying to live off fast food worker wages very tough, sympathetic to the idea of raising their wages. when workers get too expensive businesses replace workers.
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so we will see automated ordering, won't we, at fast food places? >> look, in order to raise any kind of salary you're obviously going to -- or any kind of wage you're going to have to change the business model a little bit. it means things will cost a little more, there will have to be a shift in the workers. you have to look at the long-term outcome. you pay workers more in the long run, end up with more americans which can spend pore money which grows businesses and our economy having these low wage workers puts on our systems like social security and medicaid, we end up paying almost $900 billion to bank tellers alone, low wage bank tellers, to subsidize their living. we pay for it one way or the other. >> that's an interesting point, michael. what's your response? in the end the public will foot the bill anyway if businesses don't pay their workers enough? >> what we can do is provide a partial subsidy through programs like the earned income tax credit as we do right now or provide a 100% subsidy if you raise the minimum wage to $15 an
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hour and people can't get work. it's refreshing we just had someone, a proponent of this admit on air it would require shifts in the work force. we haven't necessarily seen that in the past. but it's kind of common sense. you create a $15 minimum wage in an industry where margins are low, customers demand low prices, and if businesses can't pass that on, that is going to mean fewer opportunities and the same way it's meant that european fast food locations you place your order via a touch screen instead of with a person. >> that is kind of the bottom line. you can't force businesses to keep workers they can't afford, right? the government can't control employs, right? >> well no, but what they can do, be you not only have president obama but pope francis talk about is a living wage. set the minimum wage at a level that people can survive on. you have states already emulating what a lot of these workers are talking about. seattle recently raised their minimum wage to $15 an hour. california $10 an hour. i think people are understanding because frankly those strains
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end up getting pushed to the states. states have to subsidize those same people. >> very quickly, wouldn't a business get a lot out of the henry ford model? unilaterally saying we're going to pay more than market price for our employees and charge you more and wouldn't that be like a huge pr for a business? >> if a business could do that, if a business could do that they would have done it already. they wouldn't need the federal government telling them to do that. it's instrubtive the examples we're hearing, fast food strikes, airport in seatle, these are union-backed campaigns to try to create a discussion, try to demonize large companies but at the end of the day all they're doing is restricting opportunities for sort of the people at the bottom rung of the career ladder in an environment where you have 20% unemployment in young adults and people less experienced. >> that was really interesting. thanks to you both. >> thank you. pearl harbor survivor kicked off a plane on his way to attend a remembrance ceremony. wait until you hear the justification for this. this is going to outrage you.
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good morning. >> playing with some girl toys. christmas is right around the corner and that means you're doing a lot of wrapping right now. >> can you wrap like a pro? the best wrappers squared off in the scotch brand most gifted wrapper contest. >> we're not talking about like eminem and jay-z. >> no real wrapper. >> this year's winner trisha and the judge of the conit test mark. good morning, guys. >> what is the big scotch competition wrap off competition? what goes into this competition? >> it's been happening for 17 years. i was so stressed out for these
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guys yesterday. it's two criterias. the first one is the technique, how well they use the paper and these scotch expression tapes. they come in so many colors. and the second thing, obviously, is the appearance. you want the gifts to look attractive, to look beautiful, you know, not wrinkled paper, everything to look really nice and, of course, you know, patricia came out as the clear winner. >> patricia, so what's the strategy? that was tough for me to get out. what's the strategy? >> the strategy for me in my case, it was just to keep it simple, edit and stick to what i know how to do. >> we're looking at that video, they throw weird items at you. not just like a box. wrap this golf club. >> fortunately we got a head's up on what we were wrapping. we could go in with a little plan. >> we're going to the wrap off. what is that? >> paddle boat. >> a paddle boat. >> how do you wrap a paddle boat. >> that was the challenge in round three and she did amazing. she has tips as well. >> this is the coolest i've ever seep.
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a scotch tape dispenser that you use on your wrist. i'm not getting paid to do this. i have to be honest, it's incredible. pulls the tape out it's a perfect size. >> makes you want to wrap. >> fashion accessory now for the holidays. >> we are going to be wrapping off here, show us, some tips here. what are we going to be wrapping. >> first of all you will be wrapping the castle. i can give you some tips on how to do -- personalization and cust mization is a big thing. this idea is just to grab all the photos that you have at home, for the recipient, for example, black and white, print them on your copier and use that as wrapping paper and then to add a pop of color in this case, we added expressions tape. so all you need to do is put this scotch brand expression tape on this. >> that's cool. >> i love this. makes it like a professional. >> a lot you can do with tape. >> let's go to the contest. i want to see how well, we can do it. this is between --
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>> no. >> all of us. >> enough barbie houses for everybody. >> there's your barbie house. >> all right. >> i mean i have a barbie house, please. >> how much time do we have? a minute. >> just one minute. >> this one is yours. >> that one is mine. >> are you judging on how well it's wrapped or pretty it is? you want the pink one? you want to fight me for it. >> you would win. ready, go. >> all right. i don't have scissors. >> take these. >> i don't need scissors. ♪ >> oh. >> so the key is -- >> the key is not to make it necessarily -- >> you're getting into my space. >> my space. >> the quality of doneness. >> just remember, don't use -- >> three dimensional items such as -- >> that tape down there. >> absolutely. >> there you go. >> there you go. >> color coordinating. >> ever wrapped a present before? >> wait. mine is going to be prettier than everybody's.
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>> did you -- did you just do that? i wasn't paying attention. >> 22 seconds remain. >> that's insane. >> this is sort of what you want it to look like at the end. see right here. this is beautiful. she made a gift bag out of a basic roll of gift wrapping paper. i say -- >> five, four, three, two, one. >> all right. i got to say that clayton is the winner because of the detail of the flower. >> you didn't check out my -- >> it lookses like a lemon. >> gives it away, doesn't it? beautiful volcano when they see it. >> that looks like a lemon cake. >> anna was almost there. >> the colors -- >> let's ask our viewers outside who won. did i win? yeah. that's right. all right. >> impressive. thank you, both. that was awesome. get one of these. they're incredible. coming up, turns out what you keep on your desk at work, could be the key to your next promotion. we'll tell you what it is, stick around. >> and santa is making his list
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guy, with a little early holiday present. and she -- >> oh. >> she said yes. >> chicago bulls cheerleader gets a surprise of a lifetime, midway through the dance routine, emerges as the mascot and got up and popped the question. >> probably scared a lot of children. >> she said yes. >> i never get sick of those. that's fantastic. >> that's sweet. sharing this great moment with 30,000 other people or how ever many were packed in there. other stories making headlines, caught in the act, new video a peering to show two men stealing parts from the parts from the porsche paul walker was in when he died. one of those men is reportedly 18-year-old jameson witty. he posted these photos on instagram bragging about the grab, behind bars, on $20,000 bail. the other man is expected to turn himself in soon.
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and might say team usa but they're not made in america. the newly unveiled team usa snowboarders uniforms were patched together in factories across the globe. designer burton snowboards defended the decisions saying they wanted to make the best product possible. not the first time team usa has relied on foreign fabric. raufl lauren got in hot water in 2012 for making the uniforms in china. >> a pearl harbor survivor kicked off an plane on his way a remembrance ceremony. he was bumped because they said the plane was overweight and needed more fuel to make the trip. he was rebooked on a different airline but forced to sit at the los angeles airport all day long. his ordeal went viral on facebook and when he arrived in hawaii he had a welcoming party of more than 70 people mainly troops waiting for him there. he said all his troubles are over now. a south carolina store is robbed by a dog.
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cato might look like an innocent husky but the second he got off his leash a dollar store was robbed. the dog snuck into the store twice, two times this happened, and managed to take off with some doggy treats. this arrest the police didn't mind making. they liked it. >> the police kept telling me, this is the best arrest ever. i was like thanks, thanks a lot. >> the best arrest ever probably came with licks. his crime spree was short lived. he is now back home. probably with a belly ache. >> do they ever call the cops? press a dog. like most train their dogs to retrieve ducks. this owner trained the dog to shop lift. >> impressive. >> out to rick reichmuth who is outside. talking to folks. >> hey. there's a big crowd. >> yeah. >> that's amazing. and check this out. clayton, you don't have one of these. is this sign just for me?
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>> i came all the way from ohio for three times to meet rick. >> did they spell your last name correctly? >> and she even got my name right. the only reason we put it up. >> impressive. >> she posted on my facebook last night i told her to come to the plaza to see you. >> awesome. >> you're famous now because you've been putting on everybody's facebook you're coming. take a look at the weather maps as you are waking up, incredible picture coming out of kentucky. fort thomas, up on the ohio river close to the cincinnati area. snow yesterday left a spectacular shot from disney gal, i bet disney gal is a disney fan. keep sending me your pictures, rick reichmuth on twitter with all this rough weather we had this week, you're 22 degrees as you are waking up disney gal. you will get to 28 today is all. the cold air is there. there have been a few places that have been incredibly warm. folks across south carolina, who are here right now, saying it is feeling like summer there. people putting on their air conditioning.
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currently already in buford, you're 66, and vidalia, georgia, 70. but you see where the cold front is. clearly you're 42 in atlanta and 32 in starkville. florida, the place to be right now. i tell you what, this cold front is not going to make its way through florida. they will continue to be very warm. we have floridians here right now, i know. >> go tigers. >> there you go. >> thanks. >> interesting. >> thanks, rick. it's that time of year again when we think we may become a little nicer because of the holiday spirit, right? but turns out according to a new survey that most americans actually kick their bad habits into high gear this time of year. when they go to the movies they continue to leave on their phone, their cell phone, during the movie. that's 60% of you in the survey say you leave on your phone in the movie theater. >> 30% talk on their cell phones at restaurants. >> 20% -- 26% say they swear several times per day. >> 20% have parked in a handicap
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space without the proper tag. >> and 19% force others to merge. so how do you force somebody else to merge? >> very dangerous. >> you don't get out of the fast lane. >> oh. >> and that actually is a sin. on this list, on this roster of bad behavior, that is the only one that offends me. by the way, if you have a country where the worst bad habit people have is leaving their cell phone on in the movie theater you have a pretty good country. >> that's true. i'm definitely guilty of -- i don't talk on the cell phone during dinner but i bring my phone to meals a lot. >> that was our facebook question of the day. what are your public habits -- naughty public habits. we have a facebook post from laura this morning, says naughty, the minute someone forces know merge, i commence to swearing. >> this is a facebook post from mj, i am breaking the habit of swearing. i don't do it as much as i used to. >> swearing is not a habit, it's a lifestyle. steve writes, save santa the trip, be naughty. >> when you have kids, it will
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stop you from swearing once they repeat one of the swear words back to you. >> that's a lesson for all of you out there. >> coming up on the show, you may be able to sign up but turns out that doesn't mean you're actually enrolled in obama care. hacker breaks down the latest website problems, exposing you to some thieves. >> she just wanted to sell mistletoe to raise money for her braces. the city told her to beg instead. now this entrepreneur is taking her fight to city hall. she is ahead. you're going to like this girl. ♪ anything could happen anything could happen anything could happen ♪ ♪ anything could happen anything could happen ♪ [ male announcer ] has your phone turned you into a control freak? like, scoring the perfect table?
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barrier. no one was hurt remarkably, but the damage from the three cars, a little over a million bucks. you want a promotion? of course you do. then do this. place a potted plant in your cubicle. according to a study by the university of exder, in a foreign country, house plants at the work place can increase your creativity and productivity which eventually lead to a promotion. plants are the answer. clayton? >> some things are growing in my office does that count? >> no. >> darn it. the agency overseeing obama care says one in ten enrollments have errors in them. this just after the president says healthcare.gov is fixed. listen. >> so my advice to everybody is, the website is now working, go to healthcare.gov, take a look for yourself in your state, what's available to you. there's no reason why you should not have health insurance. >> our next guest says the site is far from fixed.
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david kennedy, founder of principle security consultants and a white hat hacker. what is a white hat hacker? >> white hat hacker is somebody that gets paid to break into large corporations and show how hackers break in for the good side. >> you get paid to break into things. >> i get paid to break in. lock picked doors and hop fences and steal stuff. cat burglar too. >> when you hear the president saying the website is fixed, nothing to see here, all concerns have been laid to rest, what do you say? >> well, i don't say that's accurate. the way you look at it, if you look at the october 1st to november 30th deadline, they were purely fixing bugs to keep the website up and running. jamming hardware in, at least for what we see on the front end but the back end was really bad. the one in ten issue where people aren't receiving the benefits they request, but the security front, we it testified in front of congress a few weeks back on the security concerns we addressed and sent to hhs and up in of them have been fixed.
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still insecure, still having problems, this is the tip of the iceberg. >> you're being nice here. i was reading some reports this week of how bad the security actually is. almost no attention paid to the security side of this? all of your personal information on this website. you're giving up some pretty important personal information here. all available all exposable you're saying? >> well, what we can do, we can't hack the site but we can look around and profile, passive reconnaissance. we can look at how the website was built and found critical exposures on the outlying side of the website from what we see from the outside. the critical issues, things that could expose your information, user id, first name, last name, address, click on a link that hacks your computer and takes full control of it. a lot of basic things that wasn't done. security wasn't a concern because they were trying to run it out the door. it's pretty bad right now. >> i talked to -- i don't know if i was telling you this before, i spoke to the head of security for twitter. it's a 24-hour job and they are
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dedicated to trying to make sure your personal information doesn't get out there. here, though, from the government, really hasn't been much of a focus, is disheartening. how long do you think it will take for them to make this a priority and get the website up to snuff? >> the problem is, you think about how you build a house. you build a solid foundation to build the house on top. if you don't build the foundation right and there's crack and the foundation is sinking into quick sand or something like that you have to dig the whole thing out. that's what we're seeing with healthcare.gov. they didn't build the architecture right around security so it's going to take a long time to fix, a year or more. >> what do you think by costs? we've spent upwards of a billion dollars to build the website without security? when you throw security into the mix how much should someone have to pay for that? >> based on the current trends probably double of what you see now. really this type of website you see right in front of us should only cost about $5 million or $10 million from everything from start to finish architecture, security everything. not sure how it cost that much unfortunately. >> double the cost. that's good news.
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david kennedy, founder of principle security consultants and white hat hacker, awesome job. >> thank you very much. coming up on the show, baby seat with a built-in ipad holder. some parents love it. others say it's hurting our baby's brains. we'll do bait that. -- debate that. she wanted to sell mistletoe to raise money for her braces. the city told her to beg for it it sted. the fight isn't over. the pint-sized entrepreneur is next. there she is. ♪ falling to pieces ♪ i'm falling to pieces
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50 minutes now past the hour. time for news by the numbers. $22.72. that's how much more apple users spend while shopping on their smart phones compared to android users. according to research conducted over black friday by ibm. 1,601 feet, the length of the world's largest floating vessel, longer than the empire state building. will be used to process natural gas and was floated the first time this week. finally $1 million, how much the state department spent on a sculpture in the american embassy in london just days before the partial government shutdown. they got it in in time. she is a pint-sized entrepreneur who tried selling mistletoe in an oregon market to raise money for her braces. >> the city shut that down because she dent have a vendor's license from them. they advised her to beg for
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money. 11-year-old madison joins us now unbowed. thanks for coming on this morning. the city told you that you couldn't sell without a vendor's license. what did you do? >> well, the guy just said since i was in the park i could beg, but i couldn't sell within 250 feet of the park. so we just left because there was no one to sell to 250 feet away from the park. >> was there somebody actually there begging that you laid your eyes on? >> there was tons of people there begging. >> you decided, no, i'm not going to do that. you wanted to do something for yourself. really, you're on a campaign because you say it's not about the mistletoe, it's not about the permit, it's about the principle. what is the principle? >> the principle is people need to start working hard. this generation is not about working hard and not applying
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themselves. so i want to next generation to apply themselves. work hard. and if there is something they want or need, that they just set a goal out for themselves and go get it. >> isn't it easier to beg? what's wrong with begging? >> well, if you can work, work. if you can give something in exchange for money, give something in exchange for money. i think if you work hard, you'll get something better out of it than if you don't work hard. >> i understand the market said they'll waive your fee, but you're trying to get things changed. you have a meeting with the mayor. what are you going to ask him about? >> well, i'm going to ask him about if there could be an age limit or only be so many people, which i think that if there can be begging, then there should be
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working hard. if i want to apply myself, then let me apply myself. >> you're going to bringing him a gift though. >> i'm going to bring him mistletoe. >> you totally won me over. do you think the mayor is going to hear what you have to say and turn you down? do you expect to change his mind? >> possibly he could just say, no, but i think that this story has really brought this to his attention and he should look into how we can change it. >> madison, your story has gotten a lot of attention. how do you feel about that? how can our viewers help out your business? >> i feel the attention is good. just that we have attention to this law about applying themselves, hard working, work ethic. i think that that's excellent.
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>> madison, thank you so much for your time and good luck. >> thank you. >> you look great in your braces, too. >> you, we should say, are up early, the first key to hard work. don't sit in bed. thanks, madison. they are the symbol of american freedom. the obama administration says it's okay to break the law and kill them. bald eagles slain for the sake of green energy. your e-mails are pouring in on that subject. and late last night, this year's grammy award nominations were announced. taylor swift is on the list. you won't believe who got snubbed.
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hello, up and atom. it is saturday december 7, 2013. a fox news alert. he will be home for christmas. a u.s. veteran held in north korea more than a month finally set free and on his way home. we'll hear from him straight ahead. they are america's symbol of freedom. we are now learning that green energy farms are getting a pass for slaughtering bald eagles. they got it right from the obama administration. she just wanted to join the army, but didn't meet the weight requirement. this morning her ultimate mission is complete. she lost over 100 pounds and her army dream is coming true. this woman will join us live this hour. "fox and friends" hour four
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starts right now. welcome to "fox and friends." you heard the rooster. 9:00 a.m. in the east, 6:00 a.m. in the west. wherever you are, good morning. >> good morning. the last guest we had on the show. >> adorable. >> not only adorable, brilliant. is she up for adoption? >> her priorities are in line. >> there have been some great children on this morning. >> people write us often and say, hey, we miss that segment, how can we find it? it's on our website fox news.com and i'll tweet out different links to those stories in case you missed it. we wanted to talk about this big bombshell that happened on a friday night. perhaps you didn't hear according to care, enrollment numbers 1-10 of those applications, what are they called the 834, basically resumes when you sign up, apparently are not going through
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the system. 1-10 applications simply not working. when january 1st rolls around and you think you have coverage, you won't know about it. >> clayton, that sounds bad, 1-10 sounds bad, but it was 1-4 back in october and november. >> big improvement. >> obama administration can claim a victory if they want to. if you remember, several weeks ago they were aiming quite high at 80% working would be successful. they are meeting their mark. >> that means 1/4 of the people who signed up over the last two months and 1-10 in the last month don't have health insurance. and think they have. here's the surprise. here's the fortune inside the cookie. the obama administration has not notified these people that their applications did not go through, are invalid and they are not covered by health insurance. they are going to find out the hard way when they get sick and show up and find out, sorry, you
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don't have insurance. >> it's personal, sensitive information with these 834 forms you're talking about. the insurance companies, there is a problem with the information being transmitted from health care.gov and the insurance companies. the applications are getting muddied up, false information or duplicates or not getting them. those are the people really in trouble. >> they're claiming and one of the members is claiming we are going to get a very granule level to identify the individuals impacted so we have the ability to reach them directly. if the applications themselves are messed up, the name is messed up, social security number is messed up, how are you going to get access to these people to let them know, hey, you don't have coverage, we screwed up your application. >> the irony is the justification for obama care from day one was there are a lot of people who don't have health insurance. some percentage of the population doesn't have health insurance. since coming into law, obama
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care caused more people to lose health insurance than gained it through obama care. >> that is startling. a new report out this week, on thursday claimed that president obama never held a one-on-one meeting with kathleen sebelius who is in charge of obama care, head of hhs. the white house on friday, jay carney held a press conference and says those reports are erroneous. of course he met with kathleen sebelius and often those aren't logged into the log book. listen to jay carney. >> cabinet secretaries don't regularly get entered into the visitors' logs because they come frequently. kathleen sebelius comes frequently and meets frequently with the president. i will refer you to the department for more information and more detail. she is here a lot. >> that's simply not true and he is being disingenuous there.
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it's not about the law books, but the president's personal calendar. that is what the initial report was citing. >> why is there so much documentation for others members of the cabinet? why is it on record for former secretary clinton having met 73 times one-on-one or 57 times for secretary timothy geithner? it doesn't make sense. americans are outraged about the whole debacle of the website and this new released information of 1-10 having problems. governor mike huckabee is fired up, too. >> this 1-10 failure, that's only 10%, would we accept 10% of our mail be delivered in a mud puddle? of course not? our doctor 10% gave us the wrong medicine and made us sicker? of course no a restaurant would service food that 10% of the time would make us violently ill? no. should americans be willing to accept 10% complete failure
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after we spent $700 million? of course not. >> if they've been meeting that many times, it just hasn't been on the books, how come the president somehow wasn't in the loop from kathleen sebelius? she was warned there were glitches and problems with health.gov. >> this administration is keeping a record of every cell phone call i make and google search i perform and they can't tell us how many times he met with the hhs secretary? this is the response you get time and again. i've never seen an administration this resistant to answering a simple question. how many times did they meet? they won't tell you. >> it's supposed to be the most transparent administration in history. they wanted these log books open so the public could see who was coming in the white house having all these meetings. they gave us the excuse they are not that accurate, data basis weren't catching up. they weren't in sync, really? >> but who did you call on the
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ride home yesterday? they know the answer to that. >> unbelievable. let us know what you think about this. go to our facebook page ff weekend on facebook and weigh in on this and more. >> and this story happened while you were sleeping. american war veteran held captive in north korea over a month released. merrill newman is on a plane down for san francisco and will arrive at noon eastern. he was deported after the police took video of newman to apologize for crimes he committed during the korean war. >> i'm very glad to be on my way home. i appreciate the tolerance the government has given to me to be on my way. >> how do you feel now? >> feel good. >> what would you like to do? >> go home and see my wife. >> good deal. vice president joe biden in south korea as part of his asian tour said he spoke to newman and
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offered him a flight home on air force 2 but said newman declined that offer. biden said the u.s. needs to work on the release of an american held captive in north korea over a year. this is new overnight. defense secretary chuck hagel lands in kabul amongst chaos. it comes after afghan president hamid karzai refuses to sign a deal allowing american troops to stay in the country past 2014. they want a deal signed by the end of the month. hagel has no plans to meet with karzai. he is in the country to thank troops for their service. now you are looking at live pictures from johannesburg, south africa, where visitors all over the world continue to mourn the loss of nelson mandela. president obama will travel to south africa for the memorial along with presidents bush and
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clinton. they'll be joined by other world figures like the pope and celebrities including bill gates and oprah. the public service will be on tuesday. mandela's body will lie in state for three days. after that his body will be flown to his home village for a private burial. the grammy nominations are out. justin timberlake lead the pack at seven. did mr. suit and tie get snubbed? timberlake's 20/20 experience was the best-selling release but he still didn't get nominated in top categories like album, song, record of the year. another person shut out. how about this one? miley cyrus. she got no nominations. taylor swift, bruno mars and katy perry performed her hit song last night "roar." ♪ i got the eye of the tiger
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fire ♪ ♪ dancing through the fire ♪ cause i am a champion ♪ and you're going to hear me roar ♪ >> "roar" is up for the song of the year. the awards show airs january 26th. i am woman, hear me roar. >> i can't get that song out of my head. oh, i never let it in the first place. >> that's a good tactic. i like that. extreme weather alert. we want to get to the weather. serious weather out west yesterday. 11 people dead this morning after a winter storm packing snow, ice and cold temperatures hitting the united states. ice bringing down trees and power lines throughout texas. this 130-year-old tree snapped and fell on to a home early friday morning. no one was hurt. in missouri, some areas getting up to ten inches of snow while forecasters say the snow will stop and bitter cold temperatures are here to stay for a little while. >> i've got a great question on
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twitter earlier. does this cold weather mean that the arctic ice is going to form more during the winter? it would make you think if it's that cold here it's much colder here. not necessarily the case. we end up in a different pattern where the colder air gets shoved farther south. if you look at the weather maps, i can show you this. you look at that temperature in canada towards the arctic circle. minus 6 for a high. billings, minus 9. the colder air is much farther south. take a look over the next few days. the cold air does retreat back in towards areas of the arctic. we remain cold here. you'll notice this pink, the very cold air stays very close to the u.s. i think we'll continue to see batches of that come down across the u.s. the next couple of weeks. we are not done with this by any means. new storm moving in across parts of the west. new snow in lake tahoe area. a lot of them are open and opening new terrain. it's cold enough to make snow.
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big-time winter storm warnings again across areas of the southwest, which is where i'm headed to today. >> that was a great question. one of your viewers, it would be nice if you mentioned that person's name on the air to thank them. >> you're right. i'm trying to think of it off the top of my head. >> you're telling us the north pole is not going to be frozen over solid. >> we like to see the ice happening there. there's been a longer term problem with melting. not necessarily global warming, but a pattern we are in. this is a much bigger complex conversation than the producers want us to get in. >> thank you, rick. here is a question. is it okay to kill the very symbol of america? that symbol is the bald eagle. if you hunt or live in a rural area, the answer is emphatically no. kill a bald eagle, even by accident when you're hunting and you're likely to go to jail. if you run a wind farm, however,
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favored by the obama administration, it is now okay. this is a big deal because it turns out wind farms kill an awful lot of bald eagles and other birds of prey. they have no penalty. they face no penalty for doing so under the new ruling. >> the new ruling lets them exempt for 30 years, up to 30 years for killing our nation's symbol. the eagles, to tucker's point, the reason they fly like this, why we are not supposed to drive while texting. they fly and they scan for food below down into the waterways and they don't notice what's in front of them. the industrial turbines and they smack into them. they've done a number of different things on tops of football stadiums, there is talk on these different wind turbines that make them both more efficient and safe for birds, but they still have this old technology subsidized by you the taxpayer killing these bald eagles. >> 80,000 hunting birds are
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killed every year by these wind farms. what is so startling about this report, it's a symbol of patriotism here in the united states, the bald eagle is. if you put your green hat on, the motives from the president were good, trying to help out the renewable energy industry, but you know what? the real issue, the real reason we are talking about this this morning because the associated press did an expose saying that the obama administration had been turning a blind eye this had been happening all the time. all these wind farms killing these bald eagles and they never charged or prosecuted anybody. >> this is an assault not just on the bald eagle, but the rule of law. the idea laws are passed, but apply only to people who aren't in favor with the people in power. people run wind farms because they give a lot of money to obama or like green energy. they don't have to abide by law.
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>> and the oil companies getting ready for these large carbon taxes. let us know what you think about this bald eagle story. go to our facebook page. we'll read your e-mails and tweets later in the show. parents, no time for your kids? strap them in this chair with an ipad attached to it. take a look. it's called the activity seat. it's causing a whole lot of controversy. we'll show it when we come back. and to keep our commitments. and we've made a big commitment to america. bp supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger.
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welcome back a new poll shows majority of americans think the u.s. has become less important and less powerful player on the world stage according to a new pew research center survey. that's because of president obama's broken promises, like this one. >> we have communicated in no uncertain terms with every player in the region that that's a red line for us. and that there would be enormous
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consequences if we start seeing movement on the chemical weapons or the use of chemical weapons. >> if you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health plan, period. >> deputy editor of the editorial page of the "wall street journal," we are honored to have him with us this morning. >> good to be with you. >> you call this the red line presidency. what does that mean? >> what it means is that this president keeps putting down red lines. a red line is a commitment, it's a promise. we just saw two of them. red line on the syrian chemical weapons, the whole world expected after assad used those weapons the president would act to punish assad, even secretary of state did, his national security advisor. he pivots and does a deal with vladimir putin to get rid of chemical weapons. to this day, they are still there. the war goes on. as to the obama care promises you can keep your doctor or health plan, that is demonsably
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false at this time. when the red line vanishes, the president of the united states is no longer fully believable. it relates to that poll about people thinking our status in the world is falling because our allies themselves are worried about the president's commitments and credibility. >> it almost doesn't matter what the policy itself is. for instance, you could disagree with the idea of bombing syria and still recognize when the president promises he is going to, he has to to preserve the credibility of the united states. >> that is exactly right. we just yesterday, secretary hagel, we saw him in afghanistan, he was in the middle east reassuring allies the deal obama decided to do with iran doesn't mean that we will support them militarily. vice president biden toured through asia telling the japanese and the south koreans the same thing. talker, i can't remember any
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administration in the entire post war period, republican or democratic, having to send high officials into regions like that to assure our allies that we would support them if confrontation. >> it seems to be the less powerful america is the safer the world is, but it strikes me the opposite is likely true. >> the president seems to think diplomacy only, diplomacy, he is obsessed with doing diplomacy with countries like iran. our allies immediately default to the implications of where a policy like that is going, if it is primarily diplomacy and the threat of military action isn't sitting behind it. if you've got allies believing that the military option is off the table, the adversaries are going to step forward. so you have a very unstable situation. >> they live in a world with fewer illusions than ours. >> i think so. parents, it's time for your kids, but you don't have any? strap them in this chair with
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ipad. it's called an activity seat. ironically, it's causing a lot of controversy. is it a good idea or bad one? one of the world's top models is hanging up her bra. who it is and why she is no longer posing in her underwear and america sheds a tear. ♪
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two and one on the way and our tech expert, mom of two. >> cassie, what do you make of this? lazy or good parenting? >> i think technology is here to stay whether we like it or not. study by common sense media found 40% of kids under the age of 2 have been on a mobile device, played a game or played a video. i think it's up to parenting how much is too much. i think we need to have an honest conversation about how technology is going to fit into our lives and into our kids' lives. there are benefits and there are drawbacks. >> that study cassie is just mentioning, is that a bad thing though? we don't want to elevate that and say it's great. kids at 5 months old have been using an ipad five straight months. >> this is what i believe. there are studies. children under the age of 2 should not be put in front of
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devices that have technology, the brain is developing. these are the most important times of a child's life newborn to two years. these are facts. the fact that people are going to put them in front of this new device, it's not okay. maybe in moderation once in a while it. understand parents need time and they need a break, but it's about in those first two years of child development playing music to them, reading books, coddling them,ing swaddling them, being with them parent, one-on-one interactions as a parent or caregiver. they don't need to be plopped in front of a mobile device with technology. a child's brain needs to develop properly. >> doesn't she have a point here, we need that human interaction. that eye contact with our children for their actual development. >> absolutely. yes. i don't think anything can take the place of social interaction. i'm not thinking you should plop your kid in front of this for two hours. i don't think that's beneficial.
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i'm guilty. i have three kids under the age of 6. i have a 2-year-old. when i need to make a phone call for work, i've given my kid the ipad to play on there a few minutes to do it. i had a kid that was colicy. i would turn elmo on the tv and that would calm her down. i think it's about parenting and finding what's good for your kid. i think a lot of these apps are very educational. i don't know how beneficial it would be for a newborn. i don't know what they can see as far as a screen goes because they see shadows and that kind of thing. from what i read about fisher-price, it's minimal. they have apps on there you can play soft music. i don't know if i would actually use something like that. i think there's a lot of parents out there that would agree. using a little bit here and there, it's not going to be a horrible thing for a child. >> in moderation. really what worries me and scares me, i know a lot of times
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parents aren't going to be around. they could be at work. there could be a caregiver or somebody else taking care of the child and they might get lazy. the kid might be crying and they might say let me put the baby in the little chair and let him or her watch the ipad. this could go on for hours before the person realizes the baby is doing this. what kind of damage is it doing to the baby's brain? >> why don't we put that in the chair in face time and i'll go off to work and no one is watching the kid. i can see the kid there. thanks for joining us this morning. clayton morris on twitter, tell me what you think about this debate. too much, too little? weigh in. i would love to hear your thoughts. coming up here, campbell under fire tweeting out this picture. was this inappropriate or no big deal at all? and they were once his biggest backers. now the president is losing support from young folks. they want to see obama care gone. what happened?
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our special panel weighs in on that. there they are. when i first got shingles it started on my back. and i had like this four inch band of bumps that ce around to the front of my body. and the pain from it was- it was excruciating. i did not want anyone to brush into me to cause me more pain than i was already enduring. i wanted to just crawl up in a ball and just, just wait till it passed.
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come here. come here. >> here we have it. two scaredy cats making dogs shake in their paws. showing dogs too scared to walk by the cats. do they ever get to pass? eventually the dogs got up the nerve to walk by even though the cats did try to attack them there. i don't think they know how big they are. they are feisty though. now to headlines this morning. caught in the act. this new video this morning appearing to show two men stealing parts from the porsche actor paul walker was in when he crashed and died. tmz recording walker's fans recorded the whole thing, men
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running up to the tow truck taking off those parts. one of the men reportedly 18-year-old jamesonwitty. he posted this on instagram and is now behind bars. a reality tv director shot dead at his home. police say three people tried to force their way into the l.a. home and a fight broke out. 42-year-old james marcus howe was killed, his wife seriously wounded in the attack. the shooting appears to be a random act of violence. they see no obvious motive for it. december 7, the day which will live in infahmili infamy. the attack on pearl harbor. on friday hawaiians held a day of remembrance at the uss arizona memorial. more than 120 american troops died in that early morning sneak attack that pulled the united states into world war ii.
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those are your headlines. let's get outside to rick for the forecast. >> you know what is such a good thing about the month of december? our viewers come to new york. it's great. a big crowd is out here. >> i have a shout out to dave and danny in lexington, kentucky. i love you all so much. can't wait to see you all. good health and good holidays to everybody. >> so concise and nice what she said. we agree. take a look at the weather maps. another great picture from keterring, ohio. nice snowy morning. a few inches there. take a look at this. these are the differences from where you should be this time of year. you see that big area where we have temperatures around 40 degrees below what you would typically be experiencing this time of year.
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this is what it means. minus 32 in montana, minus 2 in denver. the wind chill is extreme. minus 47 in glasgow. want to show you, this is the future radar of the storm across parts of the southwest. snow across southern california in across the mountains and out across the east. this moves in by tonight and tomorrow. another ice storm moving in toward the mid atlantic. >> minus 47 with the wind chill there. awful. young people aren't buying it. a new gallop poll showing they disapprove of obama care. young people picked president obama if they could call or replace an elected official. millennials aren't buying the president's appeals like this. >> if you're a student body president, set up a conference on campus. if you work at a nonprofit, open your doors and use your e-mail list to help people learn the facts. if you've got a radio show,
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spread the word on air. if you're a bartender, have a happy hour. >> wow. we've got a panel of millennials. good morning, everybody. thank you for being with us this morning. what are the reasons for the down turn? >> it's simple. we weren't given a seat at the table when they were formulating obama care. we are responsible for hosting the maximum weight of obama care. the lies about decreasing premium. that's a lie. premiums are rising. keeping your doctor, that's a lie. keeping your plans, that's not happening. these are problems with young people. that's why they want to recall obama. 39% of young people are out of work right now. that's something that's come out of the most recent jobs numbers. then you see employment rose last numbers in november. they went up to i think 11.2%
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when the rest of americans dropped. young people are struggling in this economy and struggling due to obama. he can no longer blame bush. >> new unemployment numbers, 7%. that was good, but not for young people. youth unemployment remains at 15.9% from generation opportunities. what is this going to mean for president obama now? are young millennials going to buy into him wooing them with speech is like that? >> i think january 1st when people can go to the doctor, that is a big day for millions of americans. when you parse out the harvard poll, it was taken at the height of the negative website coverage beginning of november. more recent polling shows 3/4 of young people would support democrats, would support barack obama if the election were held today over mitt romney. they're disillusioned largely because he's not progressive
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enough. not because they don't like obama care. >> the young millennials are struggling to find work these days. the one good thing president obama can say is you're able to stay on your parents' plan until you're 26. is that enough for him to hang his hat on at the moment? >> i think for young people, political opinions form when you come into age. this is a really critical time for both democrats and republicans to see who can snatch up this next generation. what i think you're seeing among millennials, we want people to have health insurance. we want health insurance. we are coming into a job market that isn't treating young people very well. there's a lot of uncertainty and a lot of cynicism. they want the system to work. i don't care who does it, the private sector, the government, let's make this work. that's why i can't wait to see our generation get into positions of power. we want to work together to solve problems. >> i can't wait to see what happens in midterm elections and 2016.
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we've seen some democrats running for the hills on this. what's this going to mean? >> i think they changed that tune. clearly this week was the week they are going on offense, the president going on offense. that's smart for them. the same poll had 3/4 of young people saying they disapprove of republicans in congress. like she said, it's not just about obama here, but what are the alternatives to any proposals the democrats are putting forth. millennials are not supportive of republicans either. >> how do you respond to that. >> the buck stops for the president. >> what are your plans? >> go to the -- >> no, the republican. >> our proposal is across state lines. >> what about those uninsured before? >> you reduce health cost. that allows people to get health insurance. it's unfair. it takes away people's rights and liberties to have choice in
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life. >> i had 124 different plans to choose from. and they were all affordable. >> if you have real insurance, real competition happen in america and that's what we are founded on. it's false competition. >> i want to give you the final word on this. >> the unemployment is an issue. obama care certainly an issue. obama care is not going to work if these young, healthy young invincibles do not sign up. >> exactly. only 22% of people aged 18 to 29 planned on signing up for insurance. if this is the law of the land and there isn't any reform to this, we need young people to sign up. if not, just like you said, we need to have a seat at the table. that's why millennials are apathetic about this whole situation. before, their interests have been represented in congress. what you really see is a generation paying much more attention to what's going on in washington saying we are going to have a voice and seat at the table.
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>> when you get out of school, you're having a hard time finding a job. you realize how much more you're going to pay for health care. it's very upsetting. thank you so much. 42 minutes after the hour. she just wanted to join the army. she didn't meet the weight requirement. this morning, her ultimate mission is complete. she has lost over 100 pounds and her dream of joining the military is coming true. that woman is joining us live. and the company tweeting out this picture as a tribute to pearl harbor. was it meant as an honor? actually sparked an online firestorm. was this inappropriate? your e-mail and tweets are pouring in. first a check with neil cavuto. good morning. looks like the young, the restless could care less about enrolling in obama care. how much that could cost you as a result. >> then, is the wage rage for real? are unions using fast food
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and our giant idaho potato truck is still missing. so my dog and i we're going to go find it. it's out there somewhere spreading the good word about idaho potatoes and raising money for meals on wheels. but we'd really like our truck back, so if you see it, let us know, would you? thanks. what
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welcome back about. quick headlines now for you. supermodel heidi klum breaking hearts of fans around the world revealing she will never strut her stuff in lingerie again. the former victoria's secret angel who turned 40 in june says the thought of walking on the catwalk in her underwear makes her feel uncomfortable. carlos beltran is saying so long to st. louis and heading back to the big apple to play with the yankees. he agreed to a three-year $45 million deal. the 36-year-old played for the
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mets in 2005 and 2011. >> those are quick headlines. >> remember the ad, uh-oh spaghetti-os. >> so many kids said it wrong. >> yeah! i was among them. some people are jumping on the spaghetti os company for this. this is a picture they tweeted out yesterday in preparation for today, pearl harbor day, the attack in pearl harbor. their tweet was, according to them, a remind they are was coming up and celebrate pearl harbor day. the memory of those americans who died. they were immediately criticized as somehow inappropriate for doing this. we asked you what you thought. >> thomas from north carolina writes, get a grip and lighten up. too many americans seem to be on a quest to find something that offends them. >> it was not a good idea to have the o smiling when tribute is given to the fallen, no one
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is smiling. it's probably not a big deal in this case and the good intent was clear. >> exactly. richard from new hampshire writes, i'm a world war ii veteran, pacific first marine division, i'm not offended by the ad. it's great to see patriotism and someone remembering this event. amen. what a nice perspective. >> read the twitter timeline because it's funny. people responding and wondering why a canned pasta company is tweeting out about pearl harbor day. if you do digging on this, campbell's which owns spaghetti os was vital to the rationing and the rations for american soldiers in world war ii. so the company itself which owns spaghetti os was integral in world war ii. >> it is a solemn event. after years have passed, it was 1941, sometimes after years have passed, people lose the sensitivity to it. if this were to happen on 9/11,
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20, 30 years from now, i feel like i would probably be more offended than somebody who was maybe younger and didn't live through it. i would love to hear from a world war ii veteran how they feel about this. 2,400 americans were killed, 1,200 others wounded. the smiling o, maybe it wasn't the right thing to do, but intentions were good. >> he was smiling because in the end, we won. >> and we get to eat pasta. >> she wanted to join the army, speaking of the military. she didn't meet the weight requirements, not by a long shot. this morning her ultimate mission is complete. she just lost over 100 pounds. her dream is coming true. she joins us live coming up.
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mission complete. it took her just over one year to do it, but our next guest shed over 100 pounds in order to accomplish her ultimate goal, joining the united states army. joining us now to share her story is corrina douglas. remarkable story, nice to see you. congratulations, by the way. >> thank you. >> how did you do it? we're sitting here with all the -- certainly the holiday pies are about to start showing up at the house. you got the bunt cake and jell-o mold, everything else. how did you do it, how did you lose 100 pounds? >> dedication, motivation. i work with the guys at the station all the time. i work out seven days a week and diet. i avoid any situation that could give me pie and cookies and all that stuff. >> i understand, though, kind of
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what gave you the motivation. you're on this whale watching trip and you see the people looking overboard and almost idolizing members of the coast guard. when you realized you didn't meet the weight requirement, did your heart sink to your stomach or how did you feel at that time? >> i knew i was heavy, just didn't realize how heavy i was. seeing how the people reacted, just the coast guard in gem, i wanted someone to look at me that way. >> that is so nice. now that you are 100 -- more than 100 pounds lighter which, again, is amazing. anybody who has tried to do that knows that is a remarkable affect. what's your next step, where are you going to go? >> i'm supposed to go down on december 12th and until then i push myself as hard as i can possibly go so i can be ready for basic. then i'm going to see how far i can take it. >> i understand you worked out with the soldiers to get yourself ready for all this. what was that like? you're not even there yet but you're working out with soldiers.
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>> it couldn't be more inspiring, knowing that a soldier's what i want to become. they did it on their own free time. they didn't have to run with me. it was just a really good thing to kind of look forward and say, that's what i want to be. they're faster than me and they run ahead me so i'm kind of like i'm chasing them and chasing my dream in the same aspect. >> what about other young girls watching the show this morning, maybe struggling with some of the same issues you what do you say to them? >> i would definitely say for people who inspire you, who motivate you, things that you want to become, like, surround yourself with that. literally, if you walked into my room, it would be army stuff everywhere. everything you could possibly think of is in my room. surround yourself with that and just don't give up. you're going to have days where you feel like i'm never going to make that. i'm never going to get there. just keep pushing. lie to yourself. i lied to myself so much. like 4:00 in the morning and i'm running in the freezing cold
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rain. i lied to myself. i totally love this, this is just what i want. lie to yourself and just keep going. >> that's great. >> you're going to be sworn in when? >> december 12th. >> well, congratulations. let us know how it goes. >> thank you. >> it sounds like you're feeling great. >> definitely. >> merry christmas. >> thank you, you too. thank you. >> more "fox and friends." ♪ [ alarm sound for malfunctioning printer ] [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where you've learned a thing or two. [ metal clanks ] ♪ this is the age of knowing what you're made of. so why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? [ gears whirring ] talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing,
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we got a bunch of e-mails on our bald eagle story. this is from bill in new hampshire. he says, now the national bird is being targeted. is the american flag next? >> monty says this, if that same eagle even nested within 15 miles of an oil or natural gas drilling rig, they would not be allowed to operate at all. yet the green energy industry gets a pass on killing the same
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bird. hypocrisy. >> weigh in on our facebook page. join us there for the after the show show there as well. in the after the show show, rick will give us more examples of the melting arctic ice caps. >> thanks for joining us. raise the wage! raise the wage! raise the wage! >> super sizing the wage war. fast food workers in hundreds of cities walking off the job this week. it's all part of union-backed protests, demanding 15 bucks an hour. and president obama agreeing it's time for a raise in the minimum wage. >> i'm going to keep pushing until we get a higher minimum wage for hard-working americans across the entire country. it will be good for our economy. >> but, as the unemployment rate is heading in the right direction, will this wage hike have jobs taking a hike? hi, everyone, this is "bulls and bears." let's get right to it.